make a sudden movement of (a limb, etc.)
cause to have sudden strong violent feelings
tie firmly especially with rope
a hit with a whip
the thin bendable part of a whip
a sudden or violent movement
"the whip raised a red welt"
"The teacher often flogged the students"
"The children were severely trounced"
"The lion lashed its tail"
"The curtain whipped her face"
"lash the horse"
Long dark lashes..concealed his downcast eyes.
A lizard..one expects..to lash round the shaft and vanish.sssss J. le Carr&eacusc;
出自： J. Ruskin
Ferries often put to sea in calm waters without lashing vehicles down.
His mattock was a sharp stone lashed to a stick.
出自： J. M. Coetzee
伤兵疼得直打滚。 lash sth ⇔ about
The tiger lashed its tail about whenever anyone came near its cage.
重货车须将其货物捆绑牢固,以达到安全规则的要求。 lash sth ⇔ down
The crew lashed cargoes of timber down.
全体船员将木材绑牢。 lash down
Heavy rain lashed down on the roof, making a terrible noise.
The speaker lashed his listeners into a fury.
The cleverly designed speech lashed the audience into a frenzy.
A strong wind lashed the river into waves.
大风使河面起浪。 lash into sb/sth
The speaker lashed into Liberal government.
什么时候也不要跟在马后面,以防突然挨踢。 lash out
He's not very generous with his money, he'll pay for necessary things, but rarely lashes out.
他花钱不很大方,他会买一些必需的东西,但很少乱花。 lash sth ⇔ out
Mother always lashes out food for the children's party.
He lashed out half his fortune on his daughter's wedding.
The speaker lashed out against the government.
He lashed out at the opposition's policies.
In this latest article he lashed out at modern historians.
The horse lashed out at me.
The robbers lashed the bank manager to a chair.
Lash the piece of wood to the pole to make it longer.
It's not safe to climb without being lashed together.
The door of the hut was lashed up with pieces of old ropes.
棚子的门是用几段旧绳子捆住的。 lash up
When the scenery is in place, lash up.
布景一搭好,就用绳子固定住。 lash sth ⇔ up
Lash the scenery up ready for the next act.