thrash

  • 1Thrash — Metal (englisch to thrash: dreschen/prügeln, oft auch fälschlich Trash Metal) entstand Anfang der 1980er Jahre als schnellere und extreme Spielart des Metal. Oftmals wird Thrash Metal als Verschmelzung der Energie und Geschwindigkeit des Hardcore …

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  • 2Thrash — metal Thrash metal Origines stylistiques Heavy metal traditionnel Speed metal Punk hardcore Origines culturelles …

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  • 3Thrash — may refer to:*Thrash (computer science), where increasing resources are used to do a decreasing amount of work *Thrash (mascot), mascot of the Atlanta ThrashersIn music: *Thrash metal, a subgenre of heavy metal music:*Crossover thrash, a subgenre …

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  • 4thrash|er — thrash|er1 «THRASH uhr», noun. 1. a person or thing that thrashes. 2. = thresher (def. 3). (Cf. ↑thresher) ╂[< thrash + er1] thrash|er2 «THRASH uhr», noun. any one of several long tailed North American birds related to the mockingbird, such as …

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  • 5Thrash — Thrash, Thresh Thresh, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Thrashed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Thrashing}.] [OE. [thorn]reschen, [thorn]reshen, to beat, AS. [thorn]erscan, [thorn]rescan; akin to D. dorschen, OD. derschen, G. dreschen, OHG. dreskan, Icel. [thorn]reskja …

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  • 6thrash — [thrash] vt. [ME threschen < OE therscan, akin to Ger dreschen, to thresh < IE base * ter , to rub > THROW] 1. THRESH 2. to make move violently or wildly; beat [a bird thrashing its wings] 3. to give a severe beating to; flog 4. to… …

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  • 7Thrash — Thrash, Thresh Thresh, v. t. 1. To practice thrashing grain or the like; to perform the business of beating grain from straw; as, a man who thrashes well. [1913 Webster] 2. Hence, to labor; to toil; also, to move violently. [1913 Webster] I… …

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  • 8thrash — ► VERB 1) beat repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip. 2) move in a violent or uncontrolled way. 3) informal defeat heavily. 4) (thrash out) discuss frankly and thoroughly so as to reach a decision. ► NOUN 1) a violent or noisy movement of …

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  • 9thrash — /thrash/, v.t. 1. to beat soundly in punishment; flog. 2. to defeat thoroughly: The home team thrashed the visitors. 3. Naut. to force (a close hauled sailing ship under heavy canvas) against a strong wind or sea. 4. thresh. v.i. 5. to toss, or… …

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  • 10thrash — thrash; thrash·er; …

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  • 11thrash — thrash, thresh These words were once variants of the same word, but now have different spellings and pronunciations. To thrash is to beat (physically and metaphorically as in thrashing one s opponents), whereas to thresh is to separate grain …

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  • 12thrash — sb., en (en musikgenre), i sms. thrash , fx thrashband …

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  • 13thrash — index beat (strike), lash (strike) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 14thrash — 1580s, to separate grains from wheat, etc., by beating, dialectal variant of threshen (see THRESH (Cf. thresh)). Sense of beat (someone) with (or as if with) a flail is first recorded c.1600. Meaning to make wild movements like those of a flail… …

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  • 15thrash — vb 1 *beat, pound, pummel, buffet, baste, belabor Analogous words: *strike, smite, slug, slap 2 flourish, brandish, shake, *swing, wave Analogous words: wield, manipulate, swing, ply, *handle …

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  • 16thrash — [v] flail about; beat batter, beat up, belabor, belt, birch, buffet, bury, cane, chasten, chastise, clobber, crush, defeat, flagellate, flog, jerk, kill, lambaste*, lick, maul, murder, overwhelm, paste, pelt, pitch, pound, pummel, punish, rout,… …

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  • 17thrash — [[t]θræ̱ʃ[/t]] thrashes, thrashing, thrashed 1) VERB If one player or team thrashes another in a game or contest, they defeat them easily or by a large score. [INFORMAL] [V n amount] Second placed Rangers thrashed St Johnstone 5 nil. [Also V n]… …

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  • 18thrash — thrash1 [θræʃ] v [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: thresh] 1.) [I always + adverb/preposition, T] to move or make something move from side to side in a violent or uncontrolled way thrash about/around ▪ The girl was thrashing about in the water. ▪ Salmon… …

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  • 19thrash — thrash1 [ θræʃ ] verb 1. ) transitive to defeat an opponent very easily in a game or competition 2. ) transitive to hit someone hard several times, especially as a punishment 3. ) intransitive or transitive to move in a violent uncontrolled way,… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20thrash — I UK [θræʃ] / US verb Word forms thrash : present tense I/you/we/they thrash he/she/it thrashes present participle thrashing past tense thrashed past participle thrashed 1) [transitive] to defeat an opponent very easily in a game or competition… …

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