hash / hæʃ /


hash3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a dish of diced or chopped meat and often vegetables, as of leftover corned beef or veal and potatoes, sautéed in a frying pan or of meat, potatoes, and carrots cooked together in gravy.
  2. a mess, jumble, or muddle: a hash of unorganized facts and figures.
  3. a reworking of old and familiar material: This essay is a hash of several earlier and better works.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to chop into small pieces; make into hash; mince.
  2. to muddle or mess up: We thought we knew our parts, but when the play began we hashed the whole thing.
  3. to discuss or review thoroughly: They hashed out every aspect of the issue.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. hash over, to bring up again for consideration; discuss, especially in review: At the class reunion they hashed over their college days.

hash 近义词

n. 名词 noun

mess, mix-up


  • hash over
  • make a hash of
  • settle someone's hash
  • sling hash


  1. While, again, you can use whatever arrangement of roasted vegetables you like, you should also consider checking out Becky Krystal’s guide to the best hash ever.
  2. The heat map for Stafford heading into the game showed that while the Viking pass defense was weak over the middle and up the hashes, so was Stafford, making him ill-equipped to take advantage of their vulnerabilities.
  3. Between the hashes, Jackson’s off-target heat map shows almost no pink from 0 to 25 yards downfield, indicating that his throws to that area are on time and on target.
  4. In Idaho, at a place called Templin’s Grill near Coeur d’Alene, they found excellent steak and hash browns.
  5. If you’re the minority party, using the filibuster to make a hash out of the majority party’s agenda makes perfect sense.
  6. Restaurant described latkes as “Mini hash browns,” which he thinks is why they are so universally beloved.
  7. Ex-hippie Billy Hayes was busted for smuggling hash and thrown in a terrifying Turkish prison.
  8. Now in his early thirties, his cheeks are sunken from smoking too much hash.
  9. Kip Thorne served as an executive producer on the film and helped hash out a lot of the science.
  10. Dabbing wax on the coil or using hash oil on the wick also works.
  11. Do you know the story of the man who found a button in his hash, and called the waiter?
  12. I do skin off the potatoes and schop up the meat for the hash, and Babette, she do sweep with the broom and set out the table.
  13. I was afraid you would notice it,” observed his son; “it made such a beastly hash of the table.
  14. Mrs Simon's volume, though pretentious enough to be original, is neither more nor less than a re-hash of Kingsborough's labors.
  15. I told the cook to fix up something extra, and dare say you'll find it better hash than yours.