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  • 81thrash something out — 1 it s better if we can thrash out our difficulties first: RESOLVE, settle, sort out, straighten out, iron out, clear up; talk through, discuss, debate, air, ventilate …

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  • 82Thrash (computer science) — In computer science, thrash (verb), is the term used to describe a degenerate situation on a computer where increasing resources are used to do a decreasing amount of work. In this situation the system is said to be thrashing . Usually it refers… …

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  • 83thrash out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If people thrash out something such as a plan or an agreement, they decide on it after a great deal of discussion. [V P n (not pron)] The foreign ministers have thrashed out a suitable compromise formula... [V P n (not pron)] How… …

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  • 84thrash out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms thrash out : present tense I/you/we/they thrash out he/she/it thrashes out present participle thrashing out past tense thrashed out past participle thrashed out to discuss something until you find a solution… …

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  • 85thrash about — verb move or stir about violently (Freq. 1) The feverish patient thrashed around in his bed • Syn: ↑convulse, ↑thresh, ↑thresh about, ↑thrash, ↑slash, ↑toss, ↑ …

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  • 86thrash, thresh — These words have a shared meaning of flailing, especially of beating grains and cereals in order to remove the seeds or grain from their straw. That is, a farmer can thrash or thresh wheat. Commonly, thrash is used to mean to whip, to flog : The… …

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  • 87thrash out — 1) thrash out a problem Syn: resolve, settle, sort out, work out, straighten out, iron out, clear up; talk through, discuss, debate 2) thrash out an agreement Syn: work out, negotiate …

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  • 88thrash out — {v. phr.} To discuss fully; confer about something until a decision is reached. * /They met to thrash out their differences concerning how to run the office./ …

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  • 89thrash out — {v. phr.} To discuss fully; confer about something until a decision is reached. * /They met to thrash out their differences concerning how to run the office./ …

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  • 90Thrash metal — El Thrash Metal es un subgénero del Heavy Metal …

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  • 91thrash\ out — v. phr. To discuss fully; confer about something until a decision is reached. They met to thrash out their differences concerning how to run the office. informal. •• to solve or to overcome a problem (or to reach a solution) by frank discussion …

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  • 92thrash something out — discuss something frankly and thoroughly, especially to reach a decision. → thrash …

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  • 93thrash metal — Noun. Similar to thrash but having a more heavy metal slant …

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  • 94thrash metal — /θræʃ ˈmɛtl/ (say thrash metl) noun → speed metal …

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  • 95thrash someone (to) within an inch of their life — beat/thrash/someone (to) within an inch of their life phrase to hit someone so hard that they nearly die Thesaurus: to hit a personsynonym Main entry: inch …

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  • 96thrash metal — noun A variant of heavy metal music with fast tempos and violent lyrics …

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  • 97thrash out — verb To discuss something so fully as to resolve a problem or conflict; to hammer out. They spent an afternoon on it, but thrashed out a solution in the end …

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  • 98thrash about — Synonyms and related words: agonize over, be at sea, be uncertain, beat about, blunder, careen, career, doubt, falter, feel unsure, flounce, flounder, grope, labor, lurch, pitch, pitch and plunge, plunge, puzzle over, question, reel, rock, roll,… …

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  • 99thrash out — Synonyms and related words: agitate, appraise, argue, argufy, assess, bandy words, bicker, canvass, catalog, categorize, cavil, choplogic, class, classify, contend, contest, cross swords, cut and thrust, debate, discept, dispute, evaluate, factor …

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  • 100thrash out — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about: bandy (about), discuss, moot, talk over, thresh out (or over), toss around. Informal: hash (over), kick around, knock about (or around). Slang: rap3. Idiom: go… …

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