- vt. 打；使逆行
- vi. 打谷；白忙；猛烈摆动
- n. 打谷；逆风浪行进；踢水动作
- n. (Thrash)人名；(英)思拉什
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1. "separate grains from wheat, etc., by beating," dialectal variant of thresh.
2. thrash <===> thresh.
4. ash => thrash.
来自 thresh 拼写变体，词义由打谷引申为棒打，鞭打，多用于指打人。
- thrash: see threshold
- thrash (v.)
- 1580s, "to separate grains from wheat, etc., by beating," dialectal variant of threshen (see thresh). Sense of "beat (someone) with (or as if with) a flail" is first recorded 1620s. Meaning "to make wild movements like those of a flail or whip" is attested from 1846. Related: Thrashed; thrashing. As a noun from 1660s, "threshing tool;" 1840s as "a beating;" 1982 as the name for a type of fast heavy metal music.
- 1. Harry always invited Charlie when he threw a thrash in his office.
- 2. Never mind the side issues, let's get down to brass tacks and thrash out a basic agreement.
- 别管枝节问题, 让我们讨论问题的实质,以求得基本一致.
- 3. Three shaggy-haired men thrash tunelessly at their guitars.
- 4. We have got a very urgent priorities problem to thrash out.
- 5. I'm afraid you have to thrash out that question among yourselves.
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