Definition of 'dash'
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By making it dashed awkward to get to. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Both were left wing and cut a glamorous dash in postwar Edinburgh. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Top off with dash of chilli oil and Parmesan. The Sun (2016)I was similarly worried about the dash itself. Times, Sunday Times (2017)A project the family values gets the dash of luck it needs. The Sun (2016)He really cut a dash. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Job plans escape the delays, and the personal ambition that means the most to you gets the dash of luck it needs. The Sun (2016) Add a dash skimmed milk, 2 chopped tomatoes and basil. The Sun (2017)Always willing to dash back and help out his defence. The Sun (2014)You may need to add a dash of olive oil to loosen the mixture. The Sun (2012)Add the corn and any shredded white turkey meat and dash of cream to taste. The Sun (2014)People wanting somewhere with character and a dash of style. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The bright ochre shade cuts a dash in the winter landscape. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Any hopes of finding more survivors were quickly dashed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You add a vital dash of common sense to turn plans into action. The Sun (2010)We made a mercy dash to get you. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His early dash is still there and the return to this sharper course should do the trick. The Sun (2013)Who won the dash to the line? The Sun (2014)Pure luck adds a dash of showbiz glamour to your life. The Sun (2008)People dashed about collecting them and queued for her to sign them when she came down. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The binary dots and dashes that fuel the entire system will flicker and die. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The dash for shale oil will shake the world. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Add a dash of cream and tuck in. The Sun (2015)His season may have turned on a couple of bits of skill and a small dash of luck. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The sentry ducked past lines of hanging blankets and dashed back towards the doorway to raise the alarm. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No quick dash to the loo. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Rather than a dash for glory, just hang in there. The Sun (2014) Must dash, see you in six months. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He wants to add his own dash of panache to English football history. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And his fitted into a slot on his car 's dash and broadcast those tracks over the airwaves. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Be ready to make a mercy dash after heavy snow, shaking it off the upward sweeping branches of conifers. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Often he dashes from schooling Long Run to masterminding his dental empire. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'dash'
British English: dash /dæʃ/ VERB
If you dash somewhere, you run or go there quickly and suddenly.
Suddenly she dashed down to the cellar.
- American English: dash
- Arabic: يَنْدَفِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sair apressadamente
- Chinese: 猛冲
- Croatian: jurnuti
- Czech: pádit
- Danish: fare
- Dutch: vooruitstormen
- European Spanish: lanzarse a
- Finnish: rynnätä
- French: se presser
- German: eilen
- Greek: ορμώ
- Italian: precipitarsi
- Japanese: 突進する
- Korean: 돌진하다
- Norwegian: styrte
- Polish: popędzić
- European Portuguese: sair apressadamente
- Romanian: a da buzna
- Russian: мчаться
- Spanish: correr
- Swedish: störta
- Thai: ถลาไปอย่างรวดเร็ว
- Turkish: hızla koşmak
- Ukrainian: мчати
- Vietnamese: lao tới
Definition of dash from the Collins English Dictionary
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