İngilizce'de lash

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n. flexible part of a whip; whip; blow from a whip, stroke of a whip; something which stings or urges forward in the manner of a whip; eyelash
v. strike, hit; flog, whip; hit against with force; move rapidly back and forth, thrash; move suddenly and quickly; attack verbally, harshly criticize; tie or fasten with a rope or cord; waste money (British Slang)
n. lash

Örnek cümleler

Like his mother, he had big brown eyes, fringed with long lashes, and his blond hair fell in natural curls on his shoulders.
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He lashed her across the neck with his crop.
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His eyelids drooped till the long fringed lashes almost touched his cheek.
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He remembered it as if it had been the lash of a hunting-crop across his face.
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The lad flushed up and, going to the window, looked out for a few moments on the green, flickering, sun-lashed garden.
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he had grasped his lash and with the butt end kept poking his manager in the stomach with such insistence that it might be construed in an affectionate or hostile way.
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Panama’s president lashes out against Maduro’s handling of the Venezuelan economy, and against the decision to dismiss Maria Corina Machado.
(Voice of America)
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seized the opportunity to intervene in this manifestation, some with bayonets and others with ungirded belts. "Hurrah for War!" and a rain of lashes and blows fell upon the unarmed singers.
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On Monday in New York, an Egyptian who, in preaching to Muslims from his London mosque, angrily lashed out against the U.S., was convicted of having ties to terrorism.
(Voice of America)
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The same hand that negligently extracted from his pocket a wad of bills rolled into a ball, giving them away capriciously without knowing just how much, also wore a lash hanging from the wrist.
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Eş anlamlılar

1. whip: strike, beat, hit, thrash, cane, flagellate, flog
2. whip: rod, thong, cane
3. fasten: tie, truss, bind, strap, make fast, chain, secure



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