bash

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
bash

Plural
bashes

  1. If you are going to a bash, you are going to a large party.
    We are going to have a bash!
  2. A bash can also refer to an attack.
    The guys went out to bash a few gays.

Verb[change]

Plain form
bash

Third-person singular
bashes

Past tense
bashed

Past participle
bashed

Present participle
bashing

  1. To bash someone is to attack them, often with fists; to strike hard.
    Gay bashing is deplorable.
    The bully always bashes the little kids.
  2. If someone bashes your idea, that means they don't like it.
    My plan was subject to much bashing by the press.
  3. To bash is to run into; to collide; to smash.
    I was bashed against the wall, and it hurt.