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Noun
A sudden quick movement
“During the long hurried dash through the northern wilderness, they abandoned much of the booty.”
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A mixture of style and energy
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“Bhatia played the Vizzutti Cascades from memory, performing it with dash and fire at a brisk tempo.”
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A small amount of something
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“The event provided a dash of color to the lives of all present during the otherwise drab winter.”
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The state of being hasty or speedy
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Fashionable elegance and sophistication
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A part of a device used to manage the performance of a machine or system
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The condition of being flamboyant
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A long, narrow mark or band
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A mark (✓) used to indicate that an item in a list or text is correct or has been chosen, checked, or dealt with
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Snazziness or flair
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A competition where the fastest wins
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An interface (physical or computerized) onto which controls, instruments, and displays are mounted
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Impressive delicacy and skill
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A dramatic waving or sweeping movement
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A physical forward or upward movement, typically sudden or powerful in nature
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Extremely fast run
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A shade or variety of a colour
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A sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals
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A splendid display
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A sudden brief attack by troops
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The speed with which something moves or happens
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A complete lack of inhibition or restraint
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To run or rush somewhere in a great hurry
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“He watched her dash quickly through the garden path and slip from his view into the house.”
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To throw or launch something in a given direction with force
“A sudden storm forces all fishing boats to return to Pentwater, and as a steam-powered tug tries to enter the channel, waves dash it against the pier.”
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To strike or be hurled forcefully against something
“I'm like an insect that's flown into a room of its own accord. I dash against the walls, dash against the windows, flop against the ceiling, do everything except fly out again.”
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To break or shatter into pieces or fragments
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“Order is necessary in the planetary system, for if no order was in it, the planets would hit each other and dash into pieces.”
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To frustrate or foil, especially the hopes or expectations of someone
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“He would not be the man to tarnish that wellspring of optimism or dash her dreams of a marriage based on mutual trust and love.”
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To destroy or ruin something, sometimes figuratively
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“Eight days later, events occurred that would dash his optimism.”
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To cause sadness, distress or anxiety to
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“A cold front that brought freezing early morning temperatures to the Basin did nothing to dash his excitement.”
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To cause (liquid or mush) to move or roll along, or against, a surface
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“Kramer would consult Jackie about the possibility of suing the movie theatre after having hot coffee dash across his lap.”
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To move or walk, especially in an orderly fashion as a group in a single line
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Make less strong or intense
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To spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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Interjection
Used to express surprise, agitation or disappointment
“Spliced with a dash of crisp white linen or lawn cotton, though, it becomes sharp, chic and seductive.”
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