- adj. 无礼的，傲慢的；仓促的，性急的
- n. 骤雨；碎片；胃灼热
- n. (Brash)人名；(英)布拉什
TEM8 IELTS GRE
1、bold + rash.
2. break + dash.
- brash (adj.)
- 1824, of obscure origin, originally American English; perhaps akin to 16c. Scottish brash "attack, assault," or French breche "fragments," especially of ice, which is from a Germanic source (compare Old High German brehha "breach," from brehhan "to break"), or to German brechen "to vomit."
- 1. Beneath his brash exterior, he's still a little boy inside.
- 2. We could not carry out that brash plan.
- 3. He behaves in a brash way.
- 4. Brash journalists were crowding around the ambassador.
- 5. On stage she seems hard, brash and uncompromising.
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