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thrash

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verb
1 verb hit (sb) hard TRANSITIVEléasadh a thabhairt dogreasáil a bhualadh arliúradh a thabhairt dogread verb  c m uhe thrashed the boy thug sé léasadh don bhuachaill, bhuail sé greasáil ar an ngasúr, thug sé liúradh don bhuachaill to thrash sb to within an inch of their life bogmharú a dhéanamh ar dhuine, leathmharú a thabhairt ar dhuine 2 verb informal especially SPOR defeat completely TRANSITIVEgread verb  c m ugreasáil a bhualadh arbia míoltóg a dhéanamh de they got thrashed rinneadh bia míoltóg díobh, buaileadh an cac astu very informal
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3 verb move violently INTRANSITIVEbheith ag iomlascthe whale was thrashing about bhí an míol mór á oibriú féinshe was thrashing around on the ground bhí sí ag bualadh thart ar an talamh, bhí sí ag greadadh thart ar an talamh 4 verb move (sth) violently TRANSITIVEbuail verb  c m ulasc verb  c m uthe cat was thrashing its tail bhí an cat ag lascadh a eireabaill 5 verb especially SPOR hit (ball) hard TRANSITIVElasc verb  c m uhe thrashed the ball past the keeper lasc sé an liathróid thar an gcúl báire 6 verb MUS play vigorously TRANSITIVEtraiseáilshe taught him to thrash the guitar mhúin sí dó conas an giotár a thraiseáil, theagasc sí dó an giotár a thraiseáil 7 verb AUTO informal drive hard and fast TRANSITIVEto thrash a vehicle feithicil a thiomáint go crua
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8 noun (also thrash metal) MUS type of musictrais femtraismhiotala thrash band banna traismhiotail 9 noun AUTO informal fast hard drivebabhta tiomána cruahe has a daily thrash around the track bíonn babhta crua timpeall an raoin gach lá sa charr aige, téann sé ag rásaíocht sa charr thart ar an gcúrsa gach lá 10 noun informal partycóisir fem2  c m uféasta masc4  c m uragairne masc4  c m uwe're going for a final thrash on Saturday night táimid ag dul ar na cannaí don uair dheireanach oíche Shathairn, táimid ag imeacht don spraoi deiridh oíche Shathairn