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Meaning & Definition of Dash in English

English

Dash

/dæʃ/

noun

1. Distinctive and stylish elegance

  • "He wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"
    synonym:
  • dash
  • ,
  • elan
  • ,
  • flair
  • ,
  • panache
  • ,
  • style

2. A quick run

    synonym:
  • dash
  • ,
  • sprint

3. A footrace run at top speed

  • "He is preparing for the 100-yard dash"
    synonym:
  • dash

4. A punctuation mark (-) used between parts of a compound word or between the syllables of a word when the word is divided at the end of a line of text

    synonym:
  • hyphen
  • ,
  • dash

5. The longer of the two telegraphic signals used in morse code

    synonym:
  • dash
  • ,
  • dah

6. The act of moving with great haste

  • "He made a dash for the door"
    synonym:
  • dash
  • ,
  • bolt

verb

1. Run or move very quickly or hastily

  • "She dashed into the yard"
    synonym:
  • dart
  • ,
  • dash
  • ,
  • scoot
  • ,
  • scud
  • ,
  • flash
  • ,
  • shoot

2. Break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over

  • "Smash a plate"
    synonym:
  • smash
  • ,
  • dash

3. Hurl or thrust violently

  • "He dashed the plate against the wall"
  • "Waves were dashing against the rock"
    synonym:
  • crash
  • ,
  • dash

4. Destroy or break

  • "Dashed ambitions and hopes"
    synonym:
  • dash

5. Cause to lose courage

  • "Dashed by the refusal"
    synonym:
  • daunt
  • ,
  • dash
  • ,
  • scare off
  • ,
  • pall
  • ,
  • frighten off
  • ,
  • scare away
  • ,
  • frighten away
  • ,
  • scare

6. Add an enlivening or altering element to

  • "Blue paint dashed with white"
    synonym:
  • dash