hash

1
[ hash ]
/ hæʃ /

noun

verb (used with object)

Verb Phrases

hash over, to bring up again for consideration; discuss, especially in review: At the class reunion they hashed over their college days.

Idioms

    make a hash of, to spoil or botch: The new writer made a hash of his first assignment.
    settle someone's hash, Informal. to get rid of; subdue: Her blunt reply really settled my hash.

Origin of hash

1
1645–55; < French hacher to cut up, derivative of hache ax, hatchet

Related forms

un·hashed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for hash over (1 of 3)

hash

1
/ (hæʃ) /

noun

verb (tr)

to chop into small pieces
to mix or mess up

Word Origin for hash

C17: from Old French hacher to chop up, from hache hatchet

British Dictionary definitions for hash over (2 of 3)

hash

2
/ (hæʃ) /

noun

slang short for hashish

British Dictionary definitions for hash over (3 of 3)

hash

3

hash mark

/ (hæʃ) /

noun

the character (#) used to precede a number
this sign used in printing or writing to indicate that a space should be inserted
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Medicine definitions for hash over

hash

[ hăsh ]

n.

Hashish.
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Idioms and Phrases with hash over (1 of 2)

hash over


Also, hash out. Discuss carefully, review, as in Let's hash over these plans again, or The department was hashing out the new syllabus. This idiom uses the verb hash in the sense of “cut into small pieces,” a usage dating from the mid-1700s.

Idioms and Phrases with hash over (2 of 2)

hash


In addition to the idiom beginning with hash

  • hash over

also see:

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