Noun(1) a swimming kick used while treading water
Verb(1) give a thrashing to; beat hard(2) move or stir about violently(3) dance the slam dance(4) beat so fast that (the heart's, it(5) move data into and out of core rather than performing useful computation(6) beat the seeds out of a grain(7) beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight
(1) The students of St John's College bounced back from a heavy mid-week defeat to thrash Dunnington 6-0.(2) Regarded by many as the album that started thrash metal, it was fast and furious and it is no wonder that many regard it as the greatest thrash / heavy album - the father of them all.(3) the thrash of the waves(4) Those famous feet thrash the water so hard, the men that trail him say it is like being immersed in a washing machine.(5) Their latest album is proof of this, smelting the finest elements of thrash , death and black metal and ruthlessly pouring the molten result down your throat.(6) His future father-in-law came round to dinner one evening and attempted to thrash him with a horsewhip.(7) The more they thrash , push and struggle the more quickly they fatigue and the more mistakes they make.(8) Another man, reminding his mother of how his father used to thrash him at her behest, was told, ├ö├ç├┐You were a bad child and you deserved it.├ö├ç├û(9) One of the most distinctive guitarists of the punk generation, his searing, choking guitar lines lift the songs above the thrash punk anthems they would later become.(10) crews assembled in Richmond town square to tackle the 120-mile thrash(11) I wrench the steering wheel back and thrash on up the hill(12) She would beat her until her arm was tired and then thrash her on the floor.(13) While musically competent, these guys display no particular distinction, and the thrash guitar leads are pretty basic.(14) As the tiny birds thrash around trying to free themselves they become even more entrapped.(15) His father paid a visit to mine, who proceeded to thrash me with a yardstick.(16) Now he'd had a chance to thrash me again, I had lost what small advantage I had.
(1) thrash metal :: スラッシュメタル
1. hit ::
2. flail ::
3. thresh ::
4. mosh ::
5. bat ::
6. thresh about ::
7. lam ::
Different Formsthrash, thrashed, thrasher, thrashers, thrashes, thrashing, thrashings
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