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  1. mash

    • IPA[maSH]

    美式

    • v.
      reduce (a food or other substance) to a uniform mass by crushing it;crush or smash (something) to a pulp
    • n.
      a uniform mass made by crushing a substance into a soft pulp, sometimes with the addition of liquid;mashed potatoes
    • verb: mash, 3rd person present: mashes, gerund or present participle: mashing, past tense: mashed, past participle: mashed

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. reduce (a food or other substance) to a uniform mass by crushing it:

      mash the beans to a paste

    • 2. crush or smash (something) to a pulp:

      he almost had his head mashed by a slamming door

    • 3. press forcefully on (something):

      the worst thing you can do is mash the brake pedal

    • 4. (in brewing) mix (powdered malt) with hot water to form wort:

      the barley is dried out over peat fires and mashed with water which flows through peat ground

    • 5. (with reference to tea) brew or infuse:

      I've just mashed a pot of tea

      we'd let the pot mash for ten minutes

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a uniform mass made by crushing a substance into a soft pulp, sometimes with the addition of liquid:

      pound the garlic to a mash

    • 2. mashed potatoes:

      for supper there was sausages and mash

    • 3. bran mixed with hot water, given as a warm food to horses and other animals:

      a bucket of mash

    • 4. (in brewing) a mixture of powdered malt and hot water, which is stood until the sugars dissolve to form the wort:

      the brewer now transfers the mash to a mash tun

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