- v.冲，猛冲( dash的过去式和过去分词 ); 猛掷， （使）猛撞; 匆匆地写或画; 打碎
We gave him covering fire as he dashed across the clearing.
When he heard the bugle call, he caught up his gun and dashed out.
He dashed frantically across the road.
The horse dashed onward.
The force of the blast dashed him against the wall of the cave.
Very big waves dashed over the sea wall at the height of the storm.
They dashed by in a car.
He dashed out of the room at the sight of a snake.
He dashed towards the door.
He dashed water in my face.
Death pays all debts and all thoughts are dashed.
Our hopes were dashed to the ground.
The boat was dashed against a rock.
The swallow dashed [ shot ] through the air.
He dashed off two articles before dinner.
She dashed through the door, leaving the bar unattended.
He dashed the chair against the door.
He dashed the bottle down.
The small boy dashed out of the bath in his birthday suit.
The breakers dashed on the rocks.
She seized the doll and dashed it against the stone wall with tremendous force.
He dashed off a couple of novels.
The announcement dashed hopes of an early end to the crisis.
Political hopes for a swift and smooth transition to democracy have been dashed.
I ran the brush through my hair and dashed out.
She dashed out through the door, her stockinged feet thumping softly as she ran up the stairs.
They began running again, broke cover and dashed towards the road.
The delay in the programme has dashed Japan's hopes of commercial success in space.
If scholars suddenly discovered that Rembrandt had dashed off "The Night Watch" in an afternoon, it would still be "The Night Watch.
1. having gaps or spaces;
"sign on the dotted line"