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N-COUNT 盛会；聚会；庆祝仪式 A bash is a party or celebration, especially a large one held by an official organization or attended by famous people.
He threw one of the biggest showbiz bashes of the year as a 36th birthday party for Jerry Hall.
VERB 痛打；猛揍 If someone bashes you, they attack you by hitting or punching you hard.
If someone tried to bash my best mate they would have to bash me as well...
I bashed him on the head and dumped him in the cold, cold water...
VERB 猛敲；猛撞；用力砸 If you bash something, you hit it hard in a rough or careless way.
Too many golfers try to bash the ball out of sand. That spells disaster...
A stand-in drummer bashes on a single snare and a pair of cymbals.
N-COUNT 重击；猛撞 If you get a bash on a part of your body, someone or something hits you hard, or you bump into something.
VERB （通常指公开地）痛斥，抨击 To bash someone means to criticize them severely, usually in a public way.
The President could continue to bash Democrats as being soft on crime.
N-COUNT 努力；尝试 If you have a bash at something, you try to do it.
He's prepared to have a bash at discussing it intelligently.