Sinónimos de inglés
(sustantivo) 
one of the biggest showbiz bashes of the year
Sinónimos
party
We threw a huge birthday party.
,
do (informal)
They always have all-night dos there.
,
social
church socials
, ,
gathering
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
,
function
We were going down to a function in London.
,
celebration
There was a celebration in our house that night.
,
reception
a glittering wedding reception
,
rave (British, slang)
an all-night rave
,
get-together (informal)
I arranged a get-together at my home.
,
festivity
The festivities included a firework display.
,
knees-up (British, informal)
,
beano (British, slang)
,
social gathering
,
shindig (informal)
,
soirée
,
rave-up (British, slang)
,
hooley or hoolie mainly Irish, New Zealand)
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a heavy blow
She gave him a bash on the head.
Sinónimos
knock
He had taken a knock on the head in training.
,
stroke
He was sending the ball into the net with each stroke.
,
punch
He's asking for a punch on the nose.
,
belt (informal)
He gave me a belt over the head with a scrubbing brush.
,
bang
a nasty bang on the head
,
rap
There was a light rap on the door.
,
sock (slang)
,
smack
I end up shouting at him or giving him a smack.
,
thump
He felt a thump on his shoulder.
, ,
clout (informal)
I was half tempted to give them a clout myself.
,
clump (slang)
,
whack (informal)
He gave the tree trunk a whack with the axe.
,
wallop (informal)
With a single wallop, Clarke sent him flying.
,
slosh (British, slang)
,
tonk (informal)
,
clomp (slang)
(sustantivo) 
He's prepared to have a bash at discussing it intelligently.
Sinónimos
attempt
a deliberate attempt to destabilize defence
,
go (informal)
It took us two goes to get the colour right.
,
try
I didn't really expect anything, but it was worth a try.
,
shot (informal)
He will be given a shot at the world title.
,
bid
a bid to silence its critics
,
crack (informal)
I'd love to have a crack at the title next year.
,
stab (informal)
Several times tennis stars have had a stab at acting.
(verbo) 
Definition
to strike violently or crushingly
My mother bashed her shin with a suitcase.
Sinónimos
hit
She hit him hard across his left arm.
, ,
beat
He lost the boxing match and was badly beaten by his opponent.
,
strike
She took two steps forward and struck him across the mouth.
,
knock
He was mucking around and he knocked her in the stomach.
, ,
punch
After punching him on the chin, she hit him over the head.
,
belt (informal)
Is it true that she belted George in the stomach?
, ,
deck (slang)
,
batter
He battered his opponent around the head.
,
slap
My yoga instructor turned up and slapped me on the shoulder.
,
sock (slang)
,
chin (slang)
,
smack
She smacked me on the side of the head.
,
thump
He thumped me, nearly knocking me over.
,
clout (informal)
The officer clouted him on the head.
,
whack (informal)
Someone whacked him on the head.
,
biff (slang)
,
clobber (slang)
She clobbered him with a vase.
,
wallop (informal)
She walloped me over the head with a cushion.
,
slosh (British, slang)
,
tonk (informal)
,
lay one on (slang)
,
beat or knock seven bells out of (informal)
(verbo) 
He continued to bash them as being soft on crime.
Sinónimos
criticize
His mother had rarely criticized him or any of her children.
,
pan (informal)
His first movie was panned by the critics.
,
condemn
Political leaders united yesterday to condemn the latest wave of violence.
,
slam (slang)
The director slammed the claims as an outrageous lie.
,
knock (informal)
I'm not knocking them: if they want to do it, it's up to them.
,
flame (informal)
,
carp
He has many detractors who carp at his old-fashioned style.
,
put down
,
slate (informal)
Slated by critics at the time, the film has since become a classic.
,
have a go at (informal)
,
censure
I would not presume to censure him for his views.
,
disparage
his tendency to disparage literature
,
tear into (informal)
,
diss (slang)
,
find fault with
,
lambast(e)
,
give (someone or something) a bad press

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of at-home
Sinónimos
soirée
in the sense of bang
Definition
a hard blow or loud knock
a nasty bang on the head
Sinónimos
hit,
box,
belt (informal),
rap,
bash (informal),
sock (slang),
clout (informal),
clump (slang),
wallop (informal),
slosh (British, slang),
tonk (informal),
clomp (slang)
in the sense of batter
Definition
to hit repeatedly
He battered his opponent around the head.
Sinónimos
hit,
belt (informal),
deck (slang),
bash (informal),
lick (informal),
clobber (slang),
smite,
wallop (informal),
tonk (informal),
lambast(e),
dash against,
beat the living daylights out of,
lay one on (slang),
beat or knock seven bells out of (informal)

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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