vt. 打（谷等）使脱粒; 猛烈摆动; （用棍、鞭等）痛打，责打; 彻底打败
vi. 打谷，脱粒; 猛烈摆动; 拍打; 徒劳地努力，白忙
n. 打谷; 拍打; [泳]（自由式用脚，手）打水; [航]逆行
If one player or team thrashes another in a game or contest, they defeat them easily or by a large score.
Second-placed Rangers thrashed St Johnstone 5-nil.
排名第二的流浪者队以 5: 0 大胜圣约翰斯通队。
If you thrash someone, you hit them several times as a punishment.
'Liar!' Sarah screamed, as she thrashed the child. 'You stole it.'
If someone thrashes about, or thrashes their arms or legs about, they move in a wild or violent way, often hitting against something. You can also say that someone's arms or legs thrash about .
Many of the crew died a terrible death as they thrashed about in shark-infested waters...
...dreams so vivid that I thrash inside my sleeping bag and cry out...
If a person or thing thrashes something, or thrashes at something, they hit it continually in a violent or noisy way.
...a magnificent paddle-steamer on the mighty Mississippi, her huge wheel thrashing the muddy water...
Three shaggy-haired men thrash tunelessly at their guitars.
A thrash is a party.
Harry always invited Charlie when he threw a thrash in his office.
1. a swimming kick used while treading water
1. give a thrashing to; beat hard
2. move or stir about violently;
3. dance the slam dance
4. beat so fast that (the heart's) output starts dropping until (it) does not manage to pump out blood at all
5. move data into and out of core rather than performing useful computation;
6. beat the seeds out of a grain
7. beat thoroughly in a competition or fight;
beat, strike, hit, thrash, whip
thrash something out
Newspaper columnists lined up to thrash it out.
It's time to thrash out all the problems.
Of course it is out of the question that Johnson should thrash Wolf Larsen.
The wind is too soft to thrash them and she cannot lend hands to them either.
I'm afraid you'll have to thrash out that question among yourselves.