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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.]
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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]
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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]
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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
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gash - a wound made by cuttinggash - a wound made by cutting; "he put a bandage over the cut"
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"
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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.
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gash

verb
To penetrate with a sharp edge:
noun
The result of cutting:
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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
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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
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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
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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
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gash

(gӕʃ) noun
a deep, open cut or wound. a gash on his cheek.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

gash

n herida (generalmente grande y producida por un objeto cortante)
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Sources said the suspect is a 22 year old senior student of the RB Richardson Baptist high school who has been arrested for allegedly gashing her brother in law daughter.