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gash

 (găsh)
tr.v. gashed, gash·ing, gash·es
To make a long deep cut in; slash deeply.
n.
1. A long deep cut.
2. A deep flesh wound.

[Alteration of Middle English garsen, to scarify, from Old North French garser, from Late Latin charaxāre, to scratch, engrave, from Greek kharassein.]

gash

(ɡæʃ)
vb
(tr) to make a long deep cut or wound in; slash
n
a long deep cut or wound
[C16: from Old French garser to scratch, wound, from Vulgar Latin charissāre (unattested), from Greek kharassein to scratch]

gash

(ɡæʃ)
adj
slang surplus to requirements; unnecessary, extra, or spare
[C20: of unknown origin]

gash

(gæʃ)
n.
1. a long, deep wound or cut; slash.
v.t.
2. to make a long, deep cut in; slash.
[1540–50; alter. (with -sh perhaps from slash1) of Middle English garsen < Old French garser, jarsier to scarify, wound < Vulgar Latin *charaxāre < Greek charássein to scratch, notch]

gash


Past participle: gashed
Gerund: gashing

Imperative
gash
gash
Present
I gash
you gash
he/she/it gashes
we gash
you gash
they gash
Preterite
I gashed
you gashed
he/she/it gashed
we gashed
you gashed
they gashed
Present Continuous
I am gashing
you are gashing
he/she/it is gashing
we are gashing
you are gashing
they are gashing
Present Perfect
I have gashed
you have gashed
he/she/it has gashed
we have gashed
you have gashed
they have gashed
Past Continuous
I was gashing
you were gashing
he/she/it was gashing
we were gashing
you were gashing
they were gashing
Past Perfect
I had gashed
you had gashed
he/she/it had gashed
we had gashed
you had gashed
they had gashed
Future
I will gash
you will gash
he/she/it will gash
we will gash
you will gash
they will gash
Future Perfect
I will have gashed
you will have gashed
he/she/it will have gashed
we will have gashed
you will have gashed
they will have gashed
Future Continuous
I will be gashing
you will be gashing
he/she/it will be gashing
we will be gashing
you will be gashing
they will be gashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gashing
you have been gashing
he/she/it has been gashing
we have been gashing
you have been gashing
they have been gashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gashing
you will have been gashing
he/she/it will have been gashing
we will have been gashing
you will have been gashing
they will have been gashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gashing
you had been gashing
he/she/it had been gashing
we had been gashing
you had been gashing
they had been gashing
Conditional
I would gash
you would gash
he/she/it would gash
we would gash
you would gash
they would gash
Past Conditional
I would have gashed
you would have gashed
he/she/it would have gashed
we would have gashed
you would have gashed
they would have gashed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gash - a wound made by cuttinggash - a wound made by cutting; "he put a bandage over the cut"
wound, lesion - an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)
2.gash - a trench resembling a furrow that was made by erosion or excavation
furrow - a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow)
3.gash - a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument
cutting, cut - the act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge; "his cut in the lining revealed the hidden jewels"
Verb1.gash - cut open; "she slashed her wrists"
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"

gash

noun
1. cut, tear, split, wound, rent, slash, slit, gouge, incision, laceration a long gash just above his right eye
verb
1. cut, tear, split, wound, rend, slash, slit, gouge, lacerate He gashed his leg while felling trees.

gash

verb
To penetrate with a sharp edge:
noun
The result of cutting:
Translations
جُرْح بَليغ
sečná/řezná rána
flænge
syväviiltääviiltohaava
mély vágás
svöîusár, djúpur skurîur
gili žaizda
dziļa brūce
bıçak yarası

gash

1 [gæʃ]
A. N (in flesh) → tajo m; (from knife) → cuchillada f; (in material) → raja f, hendidura f
B. VT [+ arm, head] → hacer un tajo en; (with knife) → acuchillar; [+ seat etc] → rajar

gash

2 [gæʃ] ADJ (Brit) (= spare) → de sobra; (= free) → gratuito

gash

[ˈgæʃ]
n
(in body)entaille f
(on face)balafre f
(in earth, hillside)crevasse f
(= damage to fabric, bodywork) → déchirure f
vt
[+ body] → entailler
[+ face] → balafrergas heater n
(= gas fire) → appareil m de chauffage au gaz
(for heating water)chauffe-eau m inv à gazgas jet nbrûleur m à gaz

gash

n (= wound)klaffende Wunde; (in earth, tree) → (klaffende) Spalte; (= slash)tiefe Kerbe; (in upholstery) → tiefer Schlitz
vtaufschlitzen; furniture, woodtief einkerben; he fell and gashed his head/kneeer ist gestürzt und hat sich (dat)dabei den Kopf/das Knie aufgeschlagen

gash

[gæʃ]
1. n (in flesh) → taglio profondo, squarcio; (on face) → sfregio; (in material) → spacco
2. vt (arm, head) → fare un brutto taglio in; (face) → sfregiare; (seat) → squarciare

gash

(gӕʃ) noun
a deep, open cut or wound. a gash on his cheek.

gash

n herida (generalmente grande y producida por un objeto cortante)
References in classic literature ?
Above the left eyebrow was a wound--a deep gash from which the blood flowed, covering the whole left side of the face and neck and saturating his light-gray shirt.
Above the left eyebrow was a wound--a deep gash from which blood had flowed, covering the whole left side of the face and neck and saturating the light-gray shirt.
Well, ma'm, I found Krajiek's axe under the manger, and I picks it up and carries it over to the corpse, and I take my oath it just fit the gash in the front of the old man's face.
If he shot himself in the way they think, the gash will be torn from the inside outward.
Bear in mind, too, that under these untoward circumstances he has to cut many feet deep in the flesh; and in that subterraneous manner, without so much as getting one single peep into the ever-contracting gash thus made, he must skilfully steer clear of all adjacent, interdicted parts, and exactly divide the spine at a critical point hard by its insertion into the skull.
The duelists sat down; a student official stepped forward, examined the wounded head and touched the place with a sponge once or twice; the surgeon came and turned back the hair from the wound-- and revealed a crimson gash two or three inches long, and proceeded to bind an oval piece of leather and a bunch of lint over it; the tally-keeper stepped up and tallied one for the opposition in his book.
I turned and stared, arms akimbo, at the thick green behind me, into which the steamy ravine cut like a smoking gash.
The parties were fast advancing to that happy state which would have insured ample cause for the next day's repentance; and the bees were already beginning to buzz about their ears, when a messenger came spurring to the camp with intelligence that Wyeth's people had got entangled in one of those deep and frightful ravines, piled with immense fragments of volcanic rock, which gash the whole country about the head-waters of the Blackfoot River.
But the wolf jumped up more quickly than anyone could have expected and, gnashing her teeth, flew at the yellowish borzoi, which, with a piercing yelp, fell with its head on the ground, bleeding from a gash in its side.
Scott, who had been patting White Fang, suddenly bent closer and pointed out fresh-made cuts on his muzzle, and a gash between the eyes.
If it were intended to conceal or divert attention from a deep gash, now healed into an ugly seam, which when it was first inflicted must have laid bare his cheekbone, the object was but indifferently attained, for it could scarcely fail to be noted at a glance.
And far enough they might have looked for poor Mr Rudge the steward, whose body--scarcely to be recognised by his clothes and the watch and ring he wore--was found, months afterwards, at the bottom of a piece of water in the grounds, with a deep gash in the breast where he had been stabbed with a knife.