One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Originally and chiefly British. Of a vehicle's engine: sounding harsh or forced, noisy.
2Designating, resembling, or characteristic of thrash music or its performers; fast, loud, and harsh-sounding.
1980s; earliest use found in The Financial Times. From thrash + -y.
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