French translation of 'lash'
1. (also: eyelash) cil m
She had unusually long lashes. Elle avait des cils d’une longueur inhabituelle.
2. (with whip) coup m de fouet
1. (= beat) fouetter
2. (= tie) arrimer
to lash sth to sth arrimer qch à qch
Phrasal verbslash down, lash out
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Example Sentences Including 'lash'
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A big belt of rain lashed northern and western areas yesterday and will hit southern areas today.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Apply a thin layer of eyelash glue to the strip of the lashes and wait for it to set slightly and become tacky before use.The Sun (2009)
Find friends who value you for your personality and not for false lashes.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I held the strip lash in the centre of her natural lashes then pushed it into place with a pair of tweezers.The Sun (2012)
It also gave lashes a good curl.The Sun (2016)
Keep the attention on your upper lashes by leaving the lower lash line free from kohl.The Sun (2013)
That you might also need a lash brush seems to me to be a small price to pay.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The coppers found its jaws lashed together.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
They give you the option between getting bitten or lashed.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This will make lashes look thicker and darker.The Sun (2013)
Work the colour into the corner of your eye and under the lower lash line.The Sun (2013)
Across his lap lay the short stock with the long lash which we had noticed during the day.The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)
He then lashed home an unstoppable rocket.The Sun (2016)
This was another example that gave him the space to lash home another long-range classic.The Sun (2015)
Apply sparingly in the outer corners of the eye and along the upper and lower lash line.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Just remember, the darker shade should be closest to the lash line.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The fact is that the door to the restaurant is open and the rain is lashing in.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Wrap the false lashes around a pencil to curl.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
His lashes now grow inwards and must be plucked out.The Sun (2015)
It is impossible to hold such visceral opposing views without one side lashing out at the other.The Sun (2016)
Keep close to the lash line your upper lid and then inside the lower lid for sultry eyes.The Sun (2008)
Officers reacted to reports that the six men had lashed a rope around a huge rock and were pulling it out the way.The Sun (2009)
She's questioning whether she can stay with a man who can lash out.The Sun (2007)
So make sure your lashes are wiped clean of all skincare products before you apply.The Sun (2014)
You could go out and get lashed and behave in an appalling manner without anyone really caring or taking your photograph.The Sun (2010)
Rain and wind lashed across the plain.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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'lash' in Other Languages
British English: lash NOUN
Your lashes are the hairs that grow on the edge of your upper and lower eyelids.
...sombre grey eyes, with unusually long lashes.
British English: lash VERB
If you lash two or more things together, you tie one of them firmly to the other.
Secure the anchor by lashing it to the rail.
Translation of lash from the Collins English to French Dictionary