One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
verb[no object]Australian, NZ
Make one's way through wild countryside where there are no formed roads or tracks.‘we tried to bush-bash for a while, hoping we'd meet up with the track’with object ‘they bush-bashed their way back to the cabin’
- ‘Brian took the wheels off and bush bashed with them.’
- ‘We bush bashed through the virgin jungle.’
- ‘She loved it when I bush bashed.’
- ‘We followed the noise they were making as they bush-bashed toward the mine.’
- ‘The first vehicle track was 'bush-bashed' into Maningrida from Oenpell.’
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