Mash - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- mixture of ground animal feeds
- talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions (syn: butterfly, coquet, coquette, dally, flirt, philander, romance)
- reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading (syn: bray, comminute, crunch, grind)
The streets are one mash of snow.
One of his great toes was crushed into a mash.
His will is an extraordinary mash of grammar.
Two cars were mashed up in a bad crash on the main road.
He is fond of mashing on to young and pretty women.
Mash the bananas.
I certainly seemed to have a mash on her. (O. Henry)
She's a hot-headed little virago, your mash. (R. Kipling)
Mash the bananas to a pulp.
bangers and mash (=sausages and mashed potato)
...bangers and mash is classic British pub cuisine...
present participle: mashing
past tense: mashed
past participle: mashed