Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lash"

The meaning of "Lash" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> mean?
A: This has three definitions that I can think of -

The short hairs that grow on your eyelids - eye<span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span>
What you call a strike with a whip - a punishment of 30 <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span>
A piece of rope or similar that you would use to tie something onto another thing
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out mean?
A: "Lashing out" means to be angry at someone and do something to them, usually yelling or hitting.
Another common phrase for this is "taking out my anger on them"
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out mean?
A: shout. He <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashed</span> out at me = he shouted at me / he got angry at me.
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> mean?
A: It's the part of your eye <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> where you put mascara on.
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out mean?
A: Yeah!! ^ Its when someone takes out their aggressions/anger on someone else very suddenly!

Example sentences using "Lash"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> .
A: She batted her <span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span> at the person she liked. (<span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span> = short for eye<span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span>)

As a punishment, he received six <span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span>. (<span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span> = hits with a whip/rope)

The wave <span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span> against the coast. (<span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> = to hit forcefully)

The rider <span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span> his horse into a frenzy. (<span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>es</span> = to make something feel something, but only excitement/fear/craziness. Sorry this is hard to explain. You cannot <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> someone into a state of calm, for example.)

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out.
A: Little Johnny <span class="dictionary_keyword"><span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span>ed</span> out at his sister for taking his toy truck.

The teenager will <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out at the teacher for grading his essay with a D. (With a failing grade).

The cat sat waiting to <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out at the dog who was unaware of its presence.
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out at.
A: The teacher <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashed</span> out at the student for not doing his homework:-)
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out.
A: the teacher <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashed</span> out at the students
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out.
A: He was really upset, so he <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashed</span> out by throwing a chair across the room.
She <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashed</span> out in anger.

Synonyms of "Lash" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out and cuss out ?
A: To <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> out at someone is to get angry at them and berate them.

To cuss out someone is to get angry at them, but also curse them, insult them.
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> and cane and whip ?
A: I think <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> and whip are the same. Cane should be a sort of twig. Cane is also be a walking stick
Q: What is the difference between to <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> and to whip<span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> ?
A:

Lash- Could possibly mean eyelash but
Whiplash- Could possibly mean a weapon used in the olden days or part of a phrase.

Does this help?
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> and whip ?
A: A whip is the weapon.
A <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> is a hitting with the whip.
Q: What is the difference between to <span class="dictionary_keyword">lash</span> and to strap ?
A: They both mean effectively the same thing, to bind something to something else.

"We <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashed</span> it to the car with a rope."

"We strapped it to the car with a rope."

Strap is more common.

Translations of "Lash"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span>

Other questions about "Lash"

Q: Why are my <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> falling out? does this sound natural?
A: thank you
Q: those <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> are precious does this sound natural?
A: You're talking about eyelashes, right? It would sound more natural if you say (or write) 'those eyelashes are precious'
Q: She <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> out at me. Coz I didn't reply her messages fastly does this sound natural?
A: She <span class="dictionary_keyword">lashes</span> out at me because I didn’t reply to her messages quickly.

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