dash off

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Verb1.dash off - write quicklydash off - write quickly; "She dashed off a note to her husband saying she would not be home for supper"; "He scratched off a thank-you note to the hostess"
authorship, penning, writing, composition - the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
indite, pen, write, compose - produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
2.dash off - write down hastily; "She dashed off a letter to her lawyer"
set down, write down, get down, put down - put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.
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(dӕʃ) verb
1. to move with speed and violence. A man dashed into a shop.
2. to knock, throw etc violently, especially so as to break. He dashed the bottle to pieces against the wall.
3. to bring down suddenly and violently or to make very depressed. Our hopes were dashed.
1. a sudden rush or movement. The child made a dash for the door.
2. a small amount of something, especially liquid. whisky with a dash of soda.
3. (in writing) a short line (–) to show a break in a sentence etc.
4. energy and enthusiasm. All his activities showed the same dash and spirit.
ˈdashing adjective
smart and lively. a dashing young man; She looks very dashing in her new clothes.
dash off
1. to write quickly. to dash off a letter.
2. to leave hastily. to dash off to the shops.
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The foreign minister said that after the resolution on Kashmir is passed he might 'dash off to Beijing.'
The armed man was filmed making a frantic dash off the bus, after which the passenger who fought him off yelled after him "I'm an African, you never take my life!" According to the Daily Mail , the Metropolitan Police confirmed they were called out to the scene of a stabbing at 1.55pm and a young man in his 20s suffered minor cuts to the head and hand.
lobelia and hosta dash off letters they'll never send and gladiolas
IT'S only in Boy's Own annuals that sporting heroes score a hat-trick in a football match in the morning, dash off to plunder a century on the cricket field then finish off with a century break on the snooker table down the local.
A couple of bridesmaids were able to dash off the dock, but the rest ended up in waist- or chest-deep water.
But things take an unexpected turn when Chas returns home while they are in a passionate clinch, causing Eve to dash off, leaving an article of clothing behind.