thrash

thrash
Ɵræʃ
verb
1) (to strike with blows: The child was soundly thrashed.) azotar
2) (to move about violently: The wounded animal thrashed about/around on the ground.) revolcarse; debatirse
3) (to defeat easily, by a large margin: Our team was thrashed eighteen-nil.) derrotar, dar una paliza
thrash vb dar una paliza
thrash
tr[ɵræʃ]
transitive verb
1 (beat) azotar
2 (defeat) derrotar, dar una paliza a
3 (arm, leg, etc) sacudir
thrash ['ɵræʃ] vt
2) beat: golpear, azotar, darle una paliza (a alguien)
3) flail: sacudir, agitar bruscamente
thrash
v.
azotar v.
cimbrar v.
desgranar v.
emplumar v.
golpear v.
trillar v.
zurrar v.
θræʃ
1.
transitive verb
a) (beat) golpear; (as punishment) azotar, darle* una paliza a
b) (defeat) (colloq) \<\<opponent\>\> darle* una paliza a (fam)

2.
vi: thrash (around o about) revolverse*, retorcerse*; (in mud, water) revolcarse*
Phrasal Verbs:
[θræʃ]
1. VT
1) (=beat) golpear; [+ person] apalear, dar una paliza a; (as punishment) azotar
2) * (=defeat) dar una paliza a *, cascar *
3) (also: thrash about, thrash around) [+ legs, arms] agitar mucho
2.
VI (also: thrash about, thrash around) revolverse; (in water) revolcarse

he thrashed about with his stick — daba golpes por todos lados con su bastón

they were thrashing about in the water — se estaban revolcando en el agua

3.
N (Brit) ** juerga f , fiesta f
* * *
[θræʃ]
1.
transitive verb
a) (beat) golpear; (as punishment) azotar, darle* una paliza a
b) (defeat) (colloq) \<\<opponent\>\> darle* una paliza a (fam)

2.
vi: thrash (around o about) revolverse*, retorcerse*; (in mud, water) revolcarse*
Phrasal Verbs:

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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