a dish of cooked meat cut into small pieces and recooked, usually with potatoes.
a finely chopped mixture:
a hash of raw tomatoes, chilies, and coriander.
a mixture of jumbled incongruous things; a mess.
make (meat or other food) into a hash.
chop (meat or vegetables).
2. (hash something out)
come to agreement on something after lengthy and vigorous discussion:
they went to the diner to hash out ideas.
make a hash of inf.
make a mess of; bungle:
listening to other board members make a hash of things.
settle someone's hash inf.
deal with and subdue someone in no uncertain manner.
sling hashsee sling1 .
short for hashish.
(also hash sign)
the sign #.
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•earbash • kurbash • calabash
•slapdash • pebbledash • balderdash
•spatterdash • backlash • backslash
•whiplash • eyelash • goulash
•newsflash • thunderflash • mishmash
•gatecrash • Midrash • potash
cut up (meat) small for cooking; fig. mangle. XVII. — (O)F. hacher
, f. hache HATCHET
Dish of cooked meat reheated in highly flavoured sauce. In the USA canned corned beef
is known as corned beef hash.
a medley; a spoiled mixture; a meat dish.
Examples: hash of absurdity, 1795; of plain repetition, 1672; of tongues, 1735; of my own words, 1860.