cascar [cascando|cascado] {verb}

1. colloquial
cascar (also: darle una paliza a)
to clobber {v.t.} [coll.] (hit, batter)
I'll clobber you!
to slosh {v.t.} [Brit.] [coll.] (hit)
2. South America

Context sentences for "cascar" in English

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Spanish¡Sólo puedo decir que estas son las nueces duras de verdad que hay que cascar de una vez por todas!
I can only emphasise that these are the really hard nuts that finally need to be cracked.
SpanishPor consiguiente, esta directiva es como recurrir a una maza para cascar una nuez.
On the contrary, I, like Mr Blokland, have a stack of letters which testify that many do a great deal of good.
SpanishSeñor Presidente, en los Países Bajos tenemos un dicho que, traducido libremente, dice que no hay que cascar nueces con un mazo.
I therefore want to congratulate your rapporteur, Mr De Rossa, on his excellent report and the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs on its work.