mashed

[ masht ]
/ mæʃt /

noun Informal.

mashed potatoes: The pork chop comes with string beans and mashed.

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Origin of mashed

First recorded in 1920–25

OTHER WORDS FROM mashed

un·mashed, adjective

Definition for mashed (2 of 3)

mash1
[ mash ]
/ mæʃ /

verb (used with object)

noun

Origin of mash

1
before 1000; Middle English; Old English mǣsc-, masc- (in compounds); cognate with German Maische

Definition for mashed (3 of 3)

mash2
[ mash ]
/ mæʃ /
Older Slang.

noun

a flirtation or infatuation.
a flirt; sweetheart; lover.

verb (used with object)

to flirt with; court the affections of.

Origin of mash

2
1880–85; orig. theatrical argot; of uncertain origin
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British Dictionary definitions for mashed (1 of 3)

mashed
/ (mæʃt) /

adjective

slang intoxicated; drunk

British Dictionary definitions for mashed (2 of 3)

MASH
/ (mæʃ) /

n acronym for (in the US)

Mobile Army Surgical Hospital

British Dictionary definitions for mashed (3 of 3)

mash
/ (mæʃ) /

noun

verb (tr)

Derived forms of mash

mashed, adjectivemasher, noun

Word Origin for mash

Old English mǣsc- (in compound words); related to Middle Low German mēsch
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Medical definitions for mashed

MASH

abbr.

Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
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