I. verb Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1750 transitive verb 1. to strike violently ; hit; also to injure or damage by striking ; smash — often used with in 2. to attack physically or verbally <
media bashing
celebrity bashing
intransitive verb crashbasher noun II. noun Date: 1805 1. a forceful blow 2. a festive social gathering ; party 3. chiefly British try, attempt <
have a bash at it

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