Definition of pash in English:

pash

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Pronunciation: /paʃ
 
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informal

noun

dated
A brief infatuation: Kath’s got a pash on him
More example sentences
  • Find someone that you can maybe fall in love with or maybe just have a nice, comfortable relationship for awhile. Find a mad pash.
  • Today's 10-year-olds can discover for themselves my long-ago pash.
  • Then there's the ex-boyfriend, the one a friend of mine named the ‘mad pash of my life,’ which is about the long and the short of it.

verb

[no object] Australian /NZ Back to top  
Kiss and caress amorously.
More example sentences
  • We don't even have to tell one or more of the girls we're pashing.
  • ‘No, you want to go back to the bar, yell at your girlfriend and punch that bloke she was pashing,’ Adele scorned.
  • It made her sick, especially when she realised that it was Drew who was pashing the unknown female.

Origin

early 20th century: abbreviation of passion.

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