lash down


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Related to lash down: lash out

lash someone or something down

to tie someone or something down. The villain lashed Nell down to the railroad tracks. He lashed down the innocent victim. Lash that cask down so it doesn't wash overboard.
See also: down, lash
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The entire day's play had been brought forward due to the threat of bad weather in the Vale of Glamorgan in the afternoon and it proved a good decision, as the rain began to lash down as the play-off reached its conclusion.
An MMETC spokesman told the GDN that it was thought the Indian driver failed to securely lash down the hammer.
Torrential rain and thunderstorms are expected to lash down on Worthy Farm as forecasters predict another wash-out.
Torrential rain and thunderstorms are expected to lash down on Worthy Farm throughout the three days, as forecasters predict another wash-out.
It can lash down in lumps in the Ardennes region and past results at Spa show that grid position is not as crucial as at other tracks.
While we have to suffer a winter which doesn't know whether it wants to lash down with rain or snow, she was enjoying the sun, sand and sea while filming for her new show How To Holiday.
JAGUAR Racing's Eddie Irvine and Jenson Button were inches away from a collision as the rain continued to lash down at the British Grand Prix at a deserted Silverstone today.