dashed, past participle; dashes, 3rd person singular present; dashing, present participle; dashed, past tense;
Used to express mild annoyance
“Dash it all, I am in charge.”
Run or travel somewhere in a great hurry
I dashed into the garden
I must dash, I'm late
Move about in a great hurry, esp. in the attempt to do several things in a short period of time
I dash about for four days in a manic fit to straighten things up
Strike or fling (something) somewhere with great force, esp. so as to have a destructive effect; hurl
the ship was dashed upon the rocks
Strike forcefully against something
a gust of rain dashed against the bricks
Destroy or frustrate (a person's hopes or expectations)
the budget dashed hopes of an increase in funding
Cause (someone) to lose confidence; dispirit
I won't tell Stuart—I think he'd be dashed
An act of running somewhere suddenly and hastily
she made a dash for the door
A journey or period of time characterized by urgency or eager haste
a 20-mile dash to the airport
A short fast race run in one heat; a sprint
the 100-yard dash
A small quantity of a substance, esp. a liquid, added to something else
whiskey with a dash of soda
A small amount of a particular quality adding piquancy or distinctiveness to something else
a casual atmosphere with a dash of sophistication
A horizontal stroke in writing or printing to mark a pause or break in sense, or to represent omitted letters or words
The longer signal of the two used in Morse code
A short vertical mark placed above or beneath a note to indicate that it is to be performed in a very staccato manner
Impetuous or flamboyant vigor and confidence; panache
he has youthful energy, dash, and charisma
dart: run or move very quickly or hastily; "She dashed into the yard"
distinctive and stylish elegance; "he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"
a quick run
smash: break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over; "Smash a plate"
a footrace run at top speed; "he is preparing for the 100-yard dash"
crash: hurl or thrust violently; "He dashed the plate against the wall"; "Waves were dashing against the rock"
A dash is a punctuation mark. It is similar in appearance to a hyphen, but a dash is longer and it is used differently. The most common versions of the dash are the en dash (–) and the em dash .
Dash!|| is a Japanese manga anthology comprising of two stories written and illustrated by Isaku Natsume. It is licensed in North America by Digital Manga Publishing, which released the manga on 25 November, 2007.
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Dash (1885 – July 17, 1901), who was U.S. First Lady Caroline Harrison's dog, was a mixed breed collie. It was reported that he was always wanting to play with his owner, but Harrison couldn't because he feared his colleagues would think of him as less of a man.
Any of the following symbols: ‒ (figure dash), – (en dash), — (em dash), or ― (horizontal bar); A short run; A small quantity of a liquid substance; less than 1/8 of a teaspoon; A dashboard; One of the two symbols of Morse code; To run quickly or for a short distance; To leave or depart; To ...
(dashed) Of a line, made up of short lines with small gaps between each one and the next; A euphemism for damned
(dashing) The action of the verb to dash; Spirited, audacious and full of high spirits; Chic, fashionable
(1. 4 Dashes) Dashes can be used to set off parenthetical remarks where the integration of the material inside the host sentence is very unclear. They might be seen as rather like oral asides . ...
(Dashes) The shortest and swiftest running events.
If a recipe calls for "a dash" of an ingredient, it is somewhat relative. However, the most accurate amount appears to be 1/16-teaspoon. Basically, you just add the ingredient "in a dash". ...
A mark or sign (-) used variously in printed or written matter, especially to note a break, pause, or hesitation, to begin and end parenthetic text, to indicate omission of letters or words, to substitute for certain uses of the colon, and to separate elements of a sentence or series of ...
Sometimes called an "em" dash. A horizontal rule used for punctuation.
about 1/16th of a teaspoon; a "pinch" or less
cnossian; (against) cnyssan
A measure approximately equal to 1/16 teaspoon.
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Vertical bar on the left, that shows your favorite and running applications. (js/ui/dash.js)