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  1. thrash

    • IPA[θraʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      beat (a person or animal) repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip;hit (something) hard and repeatedly
    • n.
      a violent or noisy movement of beating or thrashing;a fast and exciting motor race or other sporting event
    • verb: thrash, 3rd person present: thrashes, gerund or present participle: thrashing, past tense: thrashed, past participle: thrashed

    • noun: thrash, plural noun: thrashes

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    • 1. a violent or noisy movement of beating or thrashing the thrash of the waves
    • informal a fast and exciting motor race or other sporting event crews assembled in Richmond town square to tackle the 120-mile thrash
    • 2. British informal a party, especially a loud or lavish one Henry's charity ball had been one hell of a thrash
    • 3. a short, fast, loud piece or passage of rock music after all those twelve-bar thrashes, my fingers were blistered
    • a style of fast, loud, harsh-sounding rock music, combining elements of punk and heavy metal a grungy thrash band
    • ph.
      discuss something frankly and thoroughly, especially to reach a decision

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      discuss something frankly and thoroughly, especially to reach a decision

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      discuss something thoroughly and honestly

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      discuss something frankly and thoroughly, especially to reach a decision

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[THraSH]

    美式

    • v.
      beat (a person or animal) repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip: she thrashed him across the head and shoulders what he needs is a good thrashing
    • n.
      a violent or noisy movement, typically involving hitting something repeatedly: the thrash of the waves

    Oxford American Dictionary