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1‘she bashed him across the knuckles with her stick’
strike, hit, beat, thump, slap, smack, batter, pound, pummel, thrash, rap, buffet, hammer, bang, knock
informal wallop, belt, whack, clout, clip, clobber, bop, biff, sock, deck, swipe, lay one on
1‘he got a bash on the head with a golf club’
blow, rap, hit, knock, bang, slap, crack, thump, tap, clip
informal clout, whack, wallop
2‘Harry's birthday bash’
3‘she'll have a bash at anything’
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