bash
Pronunciation Verb

bash (bashes, present participle bashing; past and past participle bashed)

  1. To strike heavily.
    He bashed himself against the door.
    The thugs kept bashing the cowering victim.
  2. To collide.
    Don't bash into me with that shopping trolley.
  3. To criticize harshly.
    He bashed my ideas.
  4. (British, slang) To masturbate.
    He said that he bashes daily.
Translations
  • Russian: колоти́ть
Translations
  • Russian: критикова́ть
Noun

bash (plural bashes)

  1. A large party; gala event.
    They had a big bash to celebrate their tenth anniversary.
  2. An attack that consists of placing all one's weight into a downward attack with one's fists.
Verb

bash (bashes, present participle bashing; past and past participle bashed)

  1. (obsolete, transitive) To abash; to disconcert or be disconcerted or put out of countenance.
    • His countenance was bold and bashed not.

Bash
Proper noun
  1. (computing) the Free Software Foundation's command#Noun|command interpreter#Noun|interpreter (the "shell") for UNIX-like operating system.
    Bash stands for “Bourne-again shell”.
  2. (computer languages) Scripting language provided with this interpreter.
  3. Shortening of Sebastian



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