Produce something rapidly without preparation or attention to detail.
- ‘Then again, it's just as great to be The Rolling Stones and go into a room and bash it out.’
- ‘I used to bash them out on a manual typewriter, photocopy them and distribute.’
- ‘However its a good idea to bash them out yourself, it allows you to experiment quickly and cheaply, testing out different versions of how a scene may look and play on camera.’
- ‘No time wasted with string sections or French-horn charts here - once Roberts has the song in his head, he just wants to bash it out.’
- ‘As far as melodies and lyrics are concerned, I think Andy was happy for me to bash things out and then give an opinion or advice on how things might progress, which was important.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.