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Origin of thrash

before 900; Middle English thrasshen, variant of thresshen to thresh

synonym study for thrash

1. See beat.

OTHER WORDS FROM thrash

un·thrashed, adjectivewell-thrashed, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH thrash

thrash , thresh
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How to use thrash in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for thrash

thrash
/ (θræʃ) /

verb
noun
the act of thrashing; blow; beating
informal a party or similar social gathering
See also thrash out

Word Origin for thrash

Old English threscan; related to Old High German dreskan, Old Norse thriskja
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