Definition of 'mash'
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Add the sea salt and pepper and mash with a fork until smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mix pan contents into the mashed potato. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Drain and mash the potatoes with butter and add salt and pepper to taste. The Sun (2017)In a large bowl, mash the peeled bananas with a fork. Times, Sunday Times (2017)While it is churning, use a fork to mash the remaining strawberries. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Pie and mash for 8.50. The Sun (2016)Use a fork to spread mash carefully over the fish. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Top of the list is bangers and mash. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can use the potato flesh for mash another day. The Sun (2013)Pass through a food mill or mash smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Give me pie and mash any day! The Sun (2012)It all gets mashed up together at the other end anyway. The Sun (2008)Return the potatoes and mash then beat fluffy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Spoon the hot mash over the cooled filling. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Use a fork to mash until just smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The bangers and mash would probably win. The Sun (2012)Tip the cooked potatoes in and mash. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He eats soft food mashed almost to a fluid. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Drain and mash together with the butter and milk. The Sun (2013) Beat the mash with a wooden spoon until light and fluffy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mash in hot milk and melted butter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He loves his pie and mash. The Sun (2011)
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Used Occasionally. mash is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mash'
British English: mash VERB
If you mash food that is solid but soft, you crush it so that it forms a soft mass.
Mash the bananas with a fork.
Definition of mash from the Collins English Dictionary
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