bash meaning

Pronunciation:   "bash" in a sentence
Noun: bash  bash
  1. A vigorous blow
    "he took a bash right in his face"
    - knock, bang, smash, belt 
  2. An uproarious party
    - do, brawl
Verb: bash  bash
  1. Hit hard
    - sock, bop, whop, whap, bonk

Derived forms: bashed, bashes, bashing

Type of: blow, bump, hit, party

Encyclopedia: Bash


[American slang]
n. a wild party; a night on the town.
• What a bash! I'm exhausted!


[British slang]
Noun. 1. An event, a party. E.g."I'm having a bash at a club for my birthday.”
2. An attempt. E.g."Try having a bash at the next question if you can't answer the first.”

[Computer]
Bourne Again SHell. GNU's command interpreter for Unix. Bash is a Posix-compatible shell with full Bourne shell syntax, and some C shell commands built in. The Bourne Again Shell supports Emacs-style command-line editing, job control, functions, and on-line help. Written by Brian Fox of UCSB.

The latest version is 1.14.1. It includes a yacc parser, the interpreter and documentation.

GNU archive site. E-mail: Usenet newsgroup: gnu.bash.bug.

Examples

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  1. two policemen gave him bashes and kicks after he was arrested.
  2. i have never tried water-skiing before, but i would love to have a bash at it.
  3. "bash " is informal and means breaking or injuring something or somebody by hitting hard
  4. this means that our bash script terminates and
  5. there's gonna be a bash at phil's house tonight

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