Dash in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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dash
[dæʃ]
noun
1. chorrito (m) (of liquid); toque (m) pizca (f) (sentido figurado) (of humor, color)
2. raya (f) (hyphen, in Morse)
3. carrera (f) (run)
  • to make a dash for it echar a correr
4. dinamismo (m) brío (m) (style)
  • to cut a dash causar sensación
transitive verb
5. arrojar (throw)
  • to dash something to the ground arrojar algo al suelo
6. (destroy)
  • to dash somebody's hopes truncar las esperanzas de alguien
  • dash (it)! (familiar) ¡caramba!
intransitive verb
7. correr, ir apresuradamente (move quickly)
  • to dash in/out entrar/salir apresuradamente
  • to dash about or around correr de acá para allá
  • I must dash (familiar) tengo que salir pitando
dash [dæʃ]
noun
1 (small quantity) [of liquid] gota (f); chorrito (m); [of salt, pepper] pizca (f); [of colour] toque (m)
with a dash of soda con una gota or un chorrito de sifón
2 (punctuation mark) also (Morse) raya (f)
3 (rush) carrera (f)
there was a mad dash for the exit todos se precipitaron hacia la salida
It was so hot that as soon as the film finished there was a mad rush for the door
to make a dash at or towards precipitarse hacia; we had to make a dash for it tuvimos que salir corriendo
4 (US) (Dep)
the 100-meter dash los 100 metros lisos
5 (flair, style) brío (m)
to cut a dash destacar
6 (Aut)
transitive verb
1 (throw)
to dash sth to the ground tirar or arrojar algo al suelo; to dash sth to pieces hacer añicos algo; estrellar algo; to dash one's head against sth dar con la cabeza contra algo
2 [+hopes] frustrar; defraudar
to dash sb's spirits desanimar a algn
intransitive verb
1 (smash) estrellarse
the waves are dashing against the rock las olas rompen contra la roca
2 (rush) ir de prisa; precipitarse
to dash away/back salir/volver corriendo; to dash in/out entrar/salir disparado; to dash past pasar como un rayo; to dash up [+person] llegar corriendo; [+car] llegar a toda velocidad; I must dash me voy corriendo
interjection
dash it (all)! ¡demontre! (informal); ¡porras! (informal)
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