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American English: /kɑʃ/
British English: /kɒʃ/

transitive verb

  • (British) to cosh somebody over the head
    aporrear a alguien en la cabeza
    darle a alguien con una porra en la cabeza
    Example sentences
    • 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.
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