Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Thrash"

O significado de "Thrash" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa I will thrash you.?
A: To "thrash" is the movement and whipping back and forth. For example, heavy metal bands are known for "thrashing" their head back and forth.

However, it also means to "thrash" a whip--a common (and violent) way of beating animals with a stick or whip in older days.

If someone says "I with thrash you," it's another way of saying "I'll whip your butt." Depending on the context, it could be an exaggerated way of implying someone is about to be punished, or it could mean that someone is planning to actually (and violently) attack / beat the other person.
Q: O que significa thrash?
A: It could mean 'beat' (he was thrashed by the teacher) or 'defeat' (our team was thrashed today)

Exemplo de frases utilisando "Thrash"

Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com thrash.
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Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com thrash.
A: You need to throw your trash properly.

Palavras similares a "Thrash" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre to thrash out e to iron out ?
A: Thrash out implies the conversation is more lively and there is discussions to be had. Iron out implies that the decisions have been made but a few minor things have to be decided.

“Let’s get together and thrash out this project today”

“The project is nearly finished, we just have to iron out the last few issues”
Q: Qual é a diferença entre thrash out e hammer out ?
A:

If there is a difference, it's

Thrash out is more often used for creative, open-ended endeavours.

Let's thrash out some ideas

Hammer out is more often used for agreements

We will hammer out a deal

But, these meanings are fluid, so pay attention to context
Q: Qual é a diferença entre thrash e shred e squash e smash ?
A: Thrash can be used when you are describing something very violent:

"The wind thrashed around debris and wood." This sentence implies that there is a lot of movement happening. "Thrashing around" can be used to describe when you feel restless or when you feel nervous.

Shred is also used to describe something more violent, but it is usually used to describe a person's action:
"She shredded the paper to pieces". "To shred" means to rip into small pieces.

Squash and smash are almost identicial, but squash is less violent than smash. Both imply that there is a heavy weight that is affecting an object:

"She squashed her backpack by sitting on it by accident."
Smash is more violent:
"He kicked a ball and it smashed through the wall." or "I smashed my fingers in my car door this morning."

Smash is something you would see in a comic book: "Pow!" "Bang!" "Smash!" but you probably wouldn't see thrash, shred, or squash.

Hope this helped :)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre thrash, wander, e ramble ?
A: Thrash= to move about violently (e.g. He was thrashing in the pool trying not to drown), to defeat someone or something, or to hit someone or something.

Wander= to walk off mindlessly usually in thought (he was wandering around the museum looking at all the paintings)

Ramble= to talk about things continuously without much purpose (he kept rambling on about this girl he met last night even though I wasn't listening)

I hope this helped. It's sort of my own definitions and examples so if you don't understand it I'll try to explain it in a different way.

Traduções de "Thrash"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I will thrash you.
A: “I will thrash you” people don’t really say “thrash” in English, not American English anyway.

They usually say “I’ll hit you”, “I’ll slap you” “I will beat the shit out of you”, “I’ll knock your head in”, “I’ll whoop your ass” etc.

Outras perguntas sobre "Thrash"

Q: He always extends and thrashes his legs in the kotatsu. His legs reach me sitting in the opposite side and bother me. soa natural?
A: ‘In’ should be ‘on’

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