Bashes around - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
bash around (redirected from bashes around)
To mistreat something or someone; to treat forcefully or roughly. A noun or pronoun can be used between "bash" and "around." Please be careful not to bash my phone around when you borrow it. If I see my neighbor bashing around his pets, I will call the police.
bash someone or something around
to treat someone or something roughly (physically or figuratively); to beat on or abuse someone or something (physically or otherwise). Stop bashing me around, and let's talk. The robber acted as though he was about to bash around his victims.
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the breakdown, lithe and quick and skilful enough to link with any of the thousand sets of breathtaking backs the men in black might care to put out.
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the world to usher in the Year of the Dog on January 29.