bash down

Translations

w>bash down

vt sep (inf) dooreinschlagen
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The ECB announced on Wednesday that the Cardiff ground, which has twice hosted Ashes Tests, would be among eight venues for the proposed all-singing, all-dancing tournament, which is hoped will mirror the spectacularly successful Big Bash Down Under.
Meanwhile, climate change, overpopulation, and shortages of food and water are adding to the pressure to bash down national borders.
Keeping with the fancy dress theme our friends at Subject host their Halloween bash down at District 8 in Francis Street.
We're really interested in forming a community of people at the local public health level who want to move this technology forward and bash down the barriers to adoption," Karasz told The Nation's Health.
Comparing IPL with the Big Bash Down Under, Watson said the former is a very good tournament because it tests the skills of the players.
Overlooked by England for the current Ashes tour, Woakes was pleased to accept an invitation to take part in the Big Bash down under instead He will spend the festive period in Australia after being recruited by Sydney Thunder to replace Tillakaratne Dilshan for matches against local rivals the Sydney Sixers on December 21 and Adelaide Strikers on December 27.
Brute force: Officers bash down doors in the raids.
While Yvonne was partying the night away, Ronan's new TV producer girlfriend Storm Uechtritz was having her own bash Down Under.
Once they pass, the men with the poles come out and bash down the turf to get rid of any divots while a tractor waits patiently to harrow the rich, black Tapeta.
FALCONS captain James Hudson has backed South Shields wrecking-ball James Fitzpatrick to bash down the Leeds defence as Newcastle make the trip to Headingley on Sunday.
Neil Stockley, 37, was jailed for four years after using a metal pole to bash down the front door of The House clothes shop in Yarm High Street.
Prepare the beds in just the same way as for a bed of annuals - bash down the lumps of soil to a fine tilth, and rake level.