Hay 2 definiciones de cosh en inglés:

cosh1

Silabificación: cosh
Pronunciación: /käSH
 
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British informal

sustantivo

A thick heavy stick or bar used as a weapon; a bludgeon.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It houses thousands of weapons, including guns and ammunition, knives, knuckledusters, coshes, crossbows and swords.
  • Some were armed with bottles and others brandished weapons including coshes or iron bars, a screwdriver and a knife.
  • When the lockers were later searched coshes, knives, bayonets, and swords were found.

verbo

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Hit (someone) on the head with a cosh.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Fourteen years after this was made, the idea of robberies from trains, and indeed coshing drivers - coolly omitted from the professor's sophistical account of what harm his thieves have really done - lost a smidgen of its innocence.
  • The columnist coshed me on the back of the head and, while I was out, dumped me in the uncharted territory of his foreign policy mistakes.
  • Each member brought a particular skill to the gang, which successfully robbed the night mail train to London, causing serious head injuries when they coshed the train driver, who never fully recovered.

Origen

mid 19th century: of unknown origin.

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Palabra del día apposite
Pronunciación: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

Hay 2 definiciones de cosh en inglés:

cosh2

Silabificación: cosh
Pronunciación: /
 
käSH/

abreviatura

Mathematics
Hyperbolic cosine.

Origen

from cos2 + -h for hyperbolic. Compare with coth.

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