verb (used with object)
- hasbrouck heights,
- hash browns,
- hash house,
- hash mark,
- hash over,
Origin of hash1
Origin of hash2
Examples from the Web for hash
And they'll sit down to hash out the important concerns of both sides.Hopes for Religion in 2014 Include Tolerance, More Women, Less Politics|Joshua DuBois|December 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Despite the vests, a guy walked up and tried to sell them hash.The Devil’s Drug: The True Story of Meth in New Mexico|Nick Romeo|August 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From T-shirts to placards to hash tags, “Where is Amarildo?”
Once successfully in, I can see my Hash 160 and Taint Analysis, among other things.
Others make hash, hash oil, and specialty bud with more than 25 percent THC.Why Legalizing Marijuana on Election Day Might Not Be a Good Idea|Tony Doukopil|October 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The hash is made of the pieces of bread and meat left over from the preceding day.The Twin Hells|John N. Reynolds
Typical examples are: one fellow threatening another says, 'I'll break your head for you': or 'I'll soon settle his hash for him.'English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce
The tin tea-pot was set on the stove, and hash was warmed up in the spider.
It looks like a plate of hash and that's the way it's pronounced.Cape Cod Stories|Joseph C. Lincoln
"Hash and beef cutlets and chicken for roast," she answered, smiling somewhat sourly.A Family of Noblemen|Mikhal Saltykov
- to mix or mess up
- to defeat or destroy
Word Origin for 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).
short for hashish, 1959.
"a stew," 1660s, from hash (v.). Meaning "a mix, a mess" is from 1735.
In addition to the idiom beginning with hash
- hash over
- make a hash of
- settle someone's hash
- sling hash