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dash  Verb
Plural: dashes
  1. Translate "dash" to Spanish: arrojar, lanzar violentamente, tirar violentamente
    English Synonyms of "dash": dart, fling off, throw, toss, cast out, fling, heave, hurl
    Define meaning of "dash": Hurl or thrust violently.
  2. He dashed the plate against the wall.
    Waves were dashing against the rock.

  3. Translate "dash" to Spanish: quebrar con violencia, estrellar
    English Synonyms of "dash": shatter, smash, break by striking violently, dash to pieces
    Define meaning of "dash": Break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over. ; Destroy or break.
  4. Smash a plate.
    Dashed ambitions and hopes.

  5. Translate "dash" to Spanish: lanzarse, arremeterse
    English Synonyms of "dash": dart, dart forwards, launch forth, launch out, lunge forward, throw oneself, throw oneself in
    Define meaning of "dash": Run or move very quickly or hastily.


  6. Translate "dash" to Spanish: arrancar en carrera, arrancar de un tiro
    English Synonyms of "dash": belt out, dash off, dash out, hurry off, make a dash for it, shoot away, zoom off

  7. Translate "dash" to Spanish: precipitarse
    English Synonyms of "dash": be hasty, act without thinking, be carried over, jump the gun, make a hasty decision, pile, rush

dash  Noun
  1. Translate "dash" to Spanish: guión, guión corto
    English Synonyms of "dash": hyphen
    Define meaning of "dash": A punctuation mark (-) used between parts of a compound word or between the syllables of a word when the word is divided at the end of a line of text.


  2. Translate "dash" to Spanish: tablero de mando del automóvil, panel de control de un vehículo
    English Synonyms of "dash": dashboard, car dashboard, dashboard of a vehicle
    Define meaning of "dash": Instrument panel on an automobile or airplane containing dials and controls.

  3. Translate "dash" to Spanish: cantidad muy pequeña, pequeña cantidad, pizca
    English Synonyms of "dash": bit, pinch, very small amount, dram, drop, very small quantity, dab
    Define meaning of "dash": A small fragment. ; A small fragment of something broken off from the whole.

  4. Translate "dash" to Spanish: arranque
    English Synonyms of "dash": impulse, outbreak, outburst, spurt, surge
    Define meaning of "dash": The act of moving with great haste.
  5. He made a dash for the door.

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  6. Translate "dash" to Spanish: raya
    English Synonyms of "dash": Morse code dash
    Define meaning of "dash": The longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code.

  7. Translate "dash" to Spanish: salto brusco, embate
    English Synonyms of "dash": bolt, onrush, sudden jump, sudden start, appulse, charge
    Define meaning of "dash": The act of moving with great haste.

  8. Translate "dash" to Spanish: brío, espíritu vigoroso
    English Synonyms of "dash": energy, pep, strength, impetuous ardor, zest, courage, guts, valor
    Define meaning of "dash": An imaginative lively style (especially style of writing). ; Enterprising or ambitious drive.; An exertion of force. ; A healthy capacity for vigorous activity.


  9. Translate "dash" to Spanish: propina, gratificación
    English Synonyms of "dash": tip, baksheesh, gratuity, relatively small amount of money given for services rendered, backsheesh, bakshis, bakshish, cumshaw
    Define meaning of "dash": A relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter).

  10. Translate "dash" to Spanish: carrera sprint
    English Synonyms of "dash": sprint, sprinting race
    Define meaning of "dash": Short race at top speed.; A quick run.

  11. Translate "dash" to Spanish: chapoteo
    English Synonyms of "dash": lapping, splashing, squelching, poppling, swashing, wallow, wallowing


  12. Translate "dash" to Spanish: signo de puntuación más largo que el guión
    English Synonyms of "dash": punctuation symbol longer than a hyphen

  13. Translate "dash" to Spanish: coima
    English Synonyms of "dash": bribe, graft, kickback, payoff, buyoff, cumshaw, douceur, backhander
    Define meaning of "dash": Payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment.

dash  Interjection
  1. Translate "dash" to Spanish: maldición, caramba, demonios, demontre
    English Synonyms of "dash": damn it, oh damn, shit, dad burn, dag burn, fuck, fuck a duck, damn

Verb Conjugation for "dash"
Gerund: dashing

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