dash

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdæʃ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dæʃ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(dash)


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dash

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a dash of [lime, lemon, whiskey, soda, grenadine, salt, pepper, cinnamon]
  2. [add, sprinkle] a dash of
  3. would [be, taste] better with a dash of
  4. and (add) just a dash of
  5. [gin, vodka] with a dash of lemon
  6. has a dash of [style, elegance, sophistication]
  7. a [new, youthful] dash of energy
  8. the hundred- [yard, meter] dash
  9. a [quick, short, fast] dash
  10. made a dash for the [other side, door, exit]
  11. a [quick, sudden] dash to the [bathroom, station, airport]
  12. an [em, en] dash
  13. a dash between the (two) [digits, numbers, names]
  14. put [a, an em, an en] dash between
  15. the use of dashes in [grammar, writing, books]
  16. [is, should be] separated by a dash
  17. a series of dots and dashes
  18. a [performance, young woman, man] with dash
  19. had some dash in her [step, walk]
  20. threw his [gloves, hat, notebook] on the dash
  21. the [car's, truck's] dash
  22. was sitting on the [car's] dash
  23. [stored, hidden, kept] under the dash
  24. spilled [coffee, tea, juice] on the dash
  25. a [visor, sun visor, panel] to protect the dash
  26. [keeps, has] a [charm, photo] on the dash
  27. [clean, wipe down] the dash
v
  1. dashed into the [room, crowd, fire]
  2. dashed out of the [room]
  3. dashed out of the gate
  4. dash in and out (of)
  5. dash [around, about]
  6. dash home from [school, work]
  7. dash home after [school]
  8. dash back to the [car, store] (to get it)
  9. dashed [up, over] to her
  10. dash across the [field, road]
  11. dash through the [opening, door, defenders]
  12. waves dashed the [boat, ship] against the rocks
  13. the [boat] dashed against the rocks
  14. dashed his hopes (of)
  15. his hopes were dashed [by]
  16. dash off [a letter, an email] (to)
  17. UK, dated: dash it [all]!
  18. UK: dashed it to pieces
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