EN bash
volume_up
{noun}

1. general

bash (also: ding)
bash (also: clunk, bang, flop)

2. colloquial

bash (also: rave-up)
volume_up
canyengue {m} [SAm.] [slg.]
bash (also: knees-up, shindig, rave-up)
volume_up
fiestichola {f} [SAm.] [coll.]
volume_up
fiestoca {f} [Chile] [coll.]
bash (also: party)
volume_up
guateque {m} [Spa.] [coll.] (fiesta)
bash (also: party)
volume_up
milonga {f} (fiesta)

3. "blow", colloquial

bash (also: conk, pratfall, thwack)
volume_up
porrazo {m} [coll.]
se dio un porrazo en la cabeza
bash (also: buffet, bump, knock, stroke)
bash (also: bash)
volume_up
madrazo {m} [Mex.] [coll.]

4. "dent", British English, colloquial

bash (also: bash)
volume_up
madrazo {m} [Mex.] [coll.]

Synonyms (English) for "bash":

bash

Context sentences for "bash" in Spanish

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Englishbash the ice with a stone
Englishwell, let's bash on
bueno, echémosle para adelante nomás
Englishto bash on with sth
Englishwell, let's bash on
Englishto bash out
Englishto bash sb's head in
Englishto bash sb's head in
EnglishTherefore, the Liberal motion before us today will not be supported by me, as its primary purpose is to bash the United States of American in its global war on terrorism.
El terrorismo y los grupos terroristas habrán ganado cuando haya quedado arrinconado el Estado de derecho.
Englishto bash around
EnglishI'll give it a bash
EnglishI'll give it a bash
EnglishPresident of the Commission, you stated that you cannot bash Europe all week long and then expect a joyful 'yes' to Europe on Sunday.
Señor Presidente de la Comisión, usted afirmaba que no se podía fustigar a Europa durante toda una semana y luego esperar un alegre "sí" a Europa el domingo.
Englishto bash up
Englishto bash around