- v.飞奔; 赶紧走; 猛摔; 使（希望或期望）破灭
- n.少量; 猛冲; 仓促; 短跑; 破折号; （汽车）仪表板
- 第三人称单数: dashes;
- 过去式: dashed;
- 过去分词: dashed;
- 现在分词: dashing;
I'm sorry. I must dash away now. I'm already late for the concert.
A vegetable stew can be perked up with a dash of chilli sauce.
She's fainted. Quick, dash some cold water over her face.
He really cuts a dash in his smart new uniform.
The dash is longer than the hyphen.
He has both skill and dash.
Long years of fighting made him a commander with both skill and dash.
Day and night the waves dash against the rocks.
The old helmsman brought us about and we avoided a dangerous dash against the rocks.
Let me congratulate you on your winning first place in the 100 metre dash.
He made frantic dash for the departing train.
Don't dash stones! It's dangerous.
Here, too, the colon must be followed by a dash.
Sparks of molten steel dash in all directions.
The prisoners made a dash for freedom.
Give him a glass of water with a dash of whisky in it.
Annie took out her drawing pad and pencil to dash off a sketch of the Indians.
When the doors opened, there was a mad dash for seats.
Add a dash of balsamic vinegar.
You only have an hour to complete the game so it's a mad dash against the clock.
The Prince was driving with great fire and dash.
He's in a dash to get Russia back into Europe.
Dash it all. It's just not playing the game, is it?
If you're determined to cut a dash in a designer dress, consider hiring one.
I made a dash for the front door but he got there before me.
Hand clamped over his mouth, he made a dash for the bathroom.
See you tomorrow night. Must dash now.
Oh, Tim! I'm sorry but I have to dash.
When performing, he positions his instruments in a way that is deliberately inconvenient, so that switching from guitar to organ mid-song involves a mad dash across the stage.
If scholars suddenly discovered that Rembrandt had dashed off "The Night Watch" in an afternoon, it would still be "The Night Watch.
1. distinctive and stylish elegance;
"he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"
2. a quick run
3. a footrace run at top speed;
"he is preparing for the 100-yard dash"
4. a punctuation mark (-) used between parts of a compound word or between the syllables of a word when the word is divided at the end of a line of text
5. the longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code
6. the act of moving with great haste;
"he made a dash for the door"
1. run or move very quickly or hastily;
"She dashed into the yard"
2. break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over;
"Smash a plate"
3. hurl or thrust violently;
"He dashed the plate against the wall"
"Waves were dashing against the rock"
4. destroy or break;
"dashed ambitions and hopes"
5. cause to lose courage;
"dashed by the refusal"
6. add an enlivening or altering element to;
"blue paint dashed with white"
dash something off
write something hurriedly and without much premeditation
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