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hash 1

 (hăsh)
n.
1. A dish of chopped meat, potatoes, and sometimes vegetables, usually browned.
2.
a. A jumble; a hodgepodge.
b. Informal A mess: made a hash of the project.
3. A reworking or restatement of already familiar material.
tr.v. hashed, hash·ing, hash·es
1. To chop into pieces; mince.
2. Informal To make a mess of; mangle.
3. Informal To discuss carefully; review: hash over future plans; hash out a solution.

[Variant of Middle English hache, from Old French, past participle of hacher, hachier, to chop up, from hache, axe, of Germanic origin; see hatchet.]

hash 2

 (hăsh)
n. Slang
Hashish.

hash 3

 (hăsh)
n. Chiefly British
The symbol (#); the pound sign.

[Probably alteration (influenced by hash) of hatch.]
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hash

(hæʃ)
n
1. (Cookery) a dish of diced cooked meat, vegetables, etc, reheated in a sauce
2. something mixed up
3. a reuse or rework of old material
4. make a hash of informal
a. to mix or mess up
b. to defeat or destroy
5. settle someone's hash fix someone's hash informal to subdue or silence someone
vb (tr)
6. (Cookery) to chop into small pieces
7. to mix or mess up
[C17: from Old French hacher to chop up, from hache hatchet]

hash

(hæʃ)
n
(Pharmacology) slang short for hashish

hash

(hæʃ) or

hashmark

n
1. the character (#) used to precede a number
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) this sign used in printing or writing to indicate that a space should be inserted
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hash1

(hæʃ)

n.
1. diced cooked meat and potatoes or other vegetables browned together or reheated in gravy.
2. a mess, jumble, or muddle.
3. a reworking of old and familiar material.
v.t.
4. to chop into small pieces; make into hash; mince.
5. to muddle or mess up.
6. to discuss or review (something) thoroughly (often fol. by out or over).
Idioms:
make a hash of, to spoil or botch.
[1645–55; < French hacher to cut up, derivative of hache ax, hatchet]

hash2

(hæʃ)

n. Slang.
hashish.
[1955–60; by shortening]
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Hash

 a medley; a spoiled mixture; a meat dish.
Examples: hash of absurdity, 1795; of plain repetition, 1672; of tongues, 1735; of my own words, 1860.
Dictionary of Collective Nouns and Group Terms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

hash


Past participle: hashed
Gerund: hashing

Imperative
hash
hash
Present
I hash
you hash
he/she/it hashes
we hash
you hash
they hash
Preterite
I hashed
you hashed
he/she/it hashed
we hashed
you hashed
they hashed
Present Continuous
I am hashing
you are hashing
he/she/it is hashing
we are hashing
you are hashing
they are hashing
Present Perfect
I have hashed
you have hashed
he/she/it has hashed
we have hashed
you have hashed
they have hashed
Past Continuous
I was hashing
you were hashing
he/she/it was hashing
we were hashing
you were hashing
they were hashing
Past Perfect
I had hashed
you had hashed
he/she/it had hashed
we had hashed
you had hashed
they had hashed
Future
I will hash
you will hash
he/she/it will hash
we will hash
you will hash
they will hash
Future Perfect
I will have hashed
you will have hashed
he/she/it will have hashed
we will have hashed
you will have hashed
they will have hashed
Future Continuous
I will be hashing
you will be hashing
he/she/it will be hashing
we will be hashing
you will be hashing
they will be hashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hashing
you have been hashing
he/she/it has been hashing
we have been hashing
you have been hashing
they have been hashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hashing
you will have been hashing
he/she/it will have been hashing
we will have been hashing
you will have been hashing
they will have been hashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hashing
you had been hashing
he/she/it had been hashing
we had been hashing
you had been hashing
they had been hashing
Conditional
I would hash
you would hash
he/she/it would hash
we would hash
you would hash
they would hash
Past Conditional
I would have hashed
you would have hashed
he/she/it would have hashed
we would have hashed
you would have hashed
they would have hashed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hash - chopped meat mixed with potatoes and browned
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
corned beef hash - hash made with corned beef
2.hash - purified resinous extract of the hemp plant; used as a hallucinogen
soft drug - a drug of abuse that is considered relatively mild and not likely to cause addiction
Cannabis indica, Indian hemp - source of e.g. bhang and hashish as well as fiber
Verb1.hash - chop up; "hash the potatoes"
chop, chop up - cut into pieces; "Chop wood"; "chop meat"
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hash

noun
make a hash of something (Informal) mess up, muddle, bungle, botch, cock up (Brit. slang), mishandle, fuck up (offensive taboo slang), mismanage, make a nonsense of (informal), bodge (informal), make a pig's ear of (informal), flub (U.S. slang) The government made a total hash of things.
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hash

noun
Informal. A ruinous state of disorder:
Slang: screwup, snafu.
verb
Informal. To speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about.Also used with over:
bandy (about), discuss, moot, talk over, thrash out (or over), thresh out (or over), toss around.
Informal: kick around, knock about (or around).
Slang: rap.
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Translations
HaschHascheehaschierenHashNummernzeichen
hakkelushasahuiskiapilkkoapilkottu
ellenőrző összegkettőskeresztszámjel
lestvica

hash

1 [hæʃ]
A. N
1. (Culin) → picadillo m
2.lío m, embrollo m
to make a hash of sthhacer algo muy mal
he made a complete hash of the interviewla entrevista le fue fatal
to settle sb's hashcargarse a algn
B. CPD hash browns NPL croquetas de patata hervida y cebolla

hash

2 [hæʃ] N (= hashish) → hachís m, chocolate m (Sp), mota f (CAm)

hash

3 [hæʃ] N (Typ) → almohadilla f
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hash

[ˈhæʃ]
n
(= mess) → gâchis m
to make a hash of sth → rater qch
(= dish) → hachis m corned beef hash
(= hashish) → shit m , hasch m
to smoke hash → fumer du shit , fumer du hasch
(= # sign) → dièse mhash browns nplpommes fpl de terre sautées (servies au petit déjeuner)
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hash

n
(Cook) → Haschee nt
(fig: = mess) → Durcheinander nt, → Kuddelmuddel m (inf); (= bad work)Pfusch m (inf), → Pfuscherei f (inf); to make a hash of somethingetw verpfuschen or vermasseln (inf)
(inf: = hashish) → Hasch nt (inf)
vt (Cook) → hacken

hash

:
hash brown potatoes
pl (esp US) = hash browns
hash browns
pl (esp US) ˜ Rösti mit Zwiebeln, → ˜ Kartoffelpuffer pl
hash head
n (inf)Kiffer(in) m(f), → Hascher(in) m(f)
hash house
n (esp US inf) → billiges Lokal
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hash

[hæʃ] n
a. (Culin) spezzatino fatto con avanzi di carne cotta
b. (fam) to make a hash of sthfare un bel pasticcio di qc
c. (fam) (hashish) → erba
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
She was so little equal to Rebecca's puddings and Rebecca's hashes, brought to table, as they all were, with such accompaniments of half-cleaned plates, and not half-cleaned knives and forks, that she was very often constrained to defer her heartiest meal till she could send her brothers in the evening for biscuits and buns.
The biggest event that was organised jointly by all Cyprus Hashes was the InterHash in 1996.
Kumb police claimed to have recovered 24 kilograms of hashes, stolen motor cycle in a raid, arrested one accused on Tuesday.
The figure&nbsp;(https://twitter.com/BitMEXResearch/status/1064293353938915328) assumed that everyone renting hash (hash rate is the speed at which a computer is completing an operation, it is used in mining to find the next block in a blockchain for a reward in the form of a cryptocurrency token, in this case, bitcoin cash) was actually finding blocks, or that most or all of the hash being used to win blocks&nbsp;in&nbsp;the blockchains was rented (because the mining hardware used to generate the hashes was rented, or so the assumption goes) by the people promoting the mining of the two bitcoin cash forks.
A Merkle tree consists of a hierarchical tree of hashes. The top of the tree--the "Merkle root hash"--can be placed on the blockchain and effectively used to prove the existence of all the hashes within the tree.
It has a unique property of being easy to generate collisions between hashes of different messages with TK, while being difficult when only HK is known [13].
They assume the availability of real-valued image hashes and concentrate on the topic of compressing them into a short binary image hash.