- vt. 猛击，痛击；怒殴
- n. 猛烈的一击，痛击
- n. (Bash)人名；(英、俄、巴基)巴什
1、bang + smash.
2. 谐音“巴西” --- 2014巴西世界杯，巴西被德国痛击，1-7惨败德国。
- bash (v.)
- "to strike violently," 1640s, perhaps of Scandinavian origin, from Old Norse *basca "to strike" (cognates: Swedish basa "to baste, whip, flog, lash," Danish baske "to beat, strike, cudgel"); or the whole group might be independently derived and echoic. Figurative sense of "abuse verbally or in writing" is from 1948. Related: Bashed; bashing.
- bash (n.)
- "a heavy blow," 1805, from bash (v.). Meaning "an attempt" is attested by 1948. On a bash "on a drunken spree" is slang from 1901, which gave the word its sense of "party."
- 1. The President could continue to bash Democrats as being soft on crime.
- 2. Their ambitions are to bash out good grub with minimal fuss.
- 3. He's prepared to have a bash at discussing it intelligently.
- 4. Helen : Well a bash is also a large party or a celebration.
- ChenLi: 看来,bash又指聚会或者庆祝,狂欢活动,那么我们如何使用它呢?
- 5. Consider GNU Readline, a library that was developed to provide command - line editing for BASH.
- 考虑一下GNUReadline, 一个被开发用来为BASH提供命令行编辑的库.
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