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bash (something) against (something)
To smack something against another surface. Billy went to the nurse after he bashed his head against the low ceiling in the art studio. He bashed his guitar against the amp and it splintered apart.
bash something against someone or something
to strike something against someone or something. He accidentallybashed his head against a beam. She bashed her sore elbow against Ted's forehead and both of them were hurt.
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Whenever you look at the bashes against
me, they are the same.
And when one of those bashes against
your shins, you find yourself wishing for the child catcher.
You have to firmly grab either side of its head (making sure to avoid the scary beak), turn the beast's head inside out and give said inside-out-head a few decent bashes against
the nearest rock.
Even on the calmest of days, the Atlantic ocean bashes against
the cliffs and the wind whips around.
If you don't, it will soon bother you.'' Excellent Focus will be on him again in the first of two 20-over bashes against
Australia given his excellent record this summer.
I'd like to see Essex's Ronnie Irani called into the squad for the bashes against
the Indians and Sri Lankans.