She still faced charges of possession of hash and jumping bail.
He and Harris began to hash out ideas for a three way deal with the president-elect.
On April 10, Good Friday, Fiat and the union arrived at the Treasury to hash it out.
And they'll sit down to hash out the important concerns of both sides.
Others make hash, hash oil, and specialty bud with more than 25 percent THC.
It may be connected with a verb “to hag,” meaning to cut in small pieces, and would then be cognate ultimately with “hash.”
First, you've made a hash of this cruise—you'll be a bold man to say no to that.
With the freedom of the camps he assaulted our ears and claimed the fellowship of men lost in the wilds of a hash house.
If too stiff, they will be dry and only a superior sort of hash ball.
The landlady admitted that a souffle was something not unlike a hash.
1650s, "to hack, chop into small pieces," from French hacher "chop up," from Old French hache "ax" (see hatchet). Hash browns is short for hash browned potatoes (1917), with the -ed omitted, as in mash potatoes. The hash marks on a football field were so called 1960s, from similarity to hash marks, armed forces slang for "service stripes on the sleeve of a military uniform" (1909), which supposedly were called that because they mark the number of years one has had free food (hash (n.1)) from the Army; but perhaps there is a connection with the noun form of hatch (v.2).
"a stew," 1660s, from hash (v.). Meaning "a mix, a mess" is from 1735.
short for hashish, 1959.
Excellent; wonderful; cool (1960s+ Cool talk)
Hashish (1950s+ Narcotics)