I [θræʃ]
1) BE colloq. (party) grande festa f.
2) mus. thrash (metal) m.
II [θræʃ]
verbo transitivo
1) (whip) sferzare
2) mil. sport colloq. battere, sconfiggere
* * *
1) (to strike with blows: The child was soundly thrashed.) colpire
2) (to move about violently: The wounded animal thrashed about/around on the ground.) dibattersi
3) (to defeat easily, by a large margin: Our team was thrashed eighteen-nil.) battere
* * *
1. vt
(gen) percuotere, picchiare, (with whip) frustare, (with stick) bastonare, Sport , (fam: defeat) dare una batosta a, battere

his father thrashed him — suo padre lo ha picchiato

Liverpool will thrash them — il Liverpool li batterà

2. vi
(also: thrash about, thrash around) agitarsi, dibattersi
* * *
thrash /ɵræʃ/
1 lo sbattere (delle onde, della pioggia); forte rumore
2 (agric.) trebbiatura
3 (nuoto) battuta delle gambe
4 (mecc.) battito; vibrazione
5 (slang ingl.) gran festa; festa scatenata; gran baldoria
6 (slang ingl.) corsa (automobilistica, ecc.) entusiasmante
7 (mus. = thrash metal) musica ‘thrash’ (rock rumoroso dai ritmi veloci, con elementi di punk-rock e heavy metal).
(to) thrash /ɵræʃ/
A v. t.
1 battere; colpire; percuotere; fustigare; sferzare; staffilare
2 (agric., di solito to thresh) battere (il grano); trebbiare
3 (fam., sport) battere; sconfiggere; stracciare, travolgere, suonarle a (fam.)
B v. i.
1 (naut.) navigare controvento
2 to thrash about, agitarsi; dibattersi; dimenarsi: The drowning man thrashed about in the turbulent waters, l'uomo sul punto d'affogare si dibatteva nelle acque tumultuose
3 to thrash about, agitarsi (fig.); arrovellarsi: to thrash about for an answer, arrovellarsi in cerca di una risposta
4 (sport) battere le gambe (nel nuoto)
5 (mecc.) battere; vibrare
to thrash around = B, def. 2 e 3 ► sopra □ to thrash out, dibattere; discutere; sviscerare; risolvere: to thrash out a problem, risolvere un problema □ to thrash out the truth, scoprire la verità □ to thrash the truth out of sb., costringere q. a confessare la verità a furia di sferzate.
* * *
I [θræʃ]
1) BE colloq. (party) grande festa f.
2) mus. thrash (metal) m.
II [θræʃ]
verbo transitivo
1) (whip) sferzare
2) mil. sport colloq. battere, sconfiggere

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