move or be moved violently
send or throw violently
write or draw sth quickly
a sudden quick run
a short race for runners
a small amount of sth mixed with or added to sth else
a mark (—) used in writing and printing
"he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"
"he is preparing for the 100-yard dash"
"he made a dash for the door"
"She dashed into the yard"
"Smash a plate"
"He dashed the plate against the wall"
"Waves were dashing against the rock"
"dashed ambitions and hopes"
"dashed by the refusal"
"blue paint dashed with white"
She takes upon her bravely at first dash.
出自：1 Henry VI , Shakespeare
A brave vessel..Dash'd all to pieces!
出自：Tempest , Shakespeare
Refinement was a frail construction continually dashed by waves of a raw..humanity.
出自： S. Hazzard
Waves dashed against the ship.
波浪撞击着船身。 dash sb/sth against sth
He dashed the chair against the door.
The force of the blast dashed him against the wall of the cave.
The waves dashed the boat against the rocks.
对不起,我得赶紧走。音乐会我已经迟了。 dash sth ⇔ away
She turned round, and dashed away the tears with a corner of her handkerchief.
He dashed the bottle down.
He dashed the cup down in his anger.
The thief suddenly grabbed the bag and dashed off with it.
小偷突然抢过包跑掉了。 dash sth ⇔ off
He dashed off two articles before dinner.
Annie took out her drawing pad and pencil to dash off a sketch of the Indians.
The door opened and the children dashed out.
He dashed out, reckless of the danger.
在暴风雨最猛烈的时候,巨浪吞没了海堤。 dash sth over sth
She's fainted, quick, dash some cold water over her face.
Dash a bucketful of water over the muddy floor.
The boat was dashed to pieces against the rocks.
He dashed towards the door.