Synonyms of bash in English:

bash


See definition of bash

verb

1‘she bashed him across the knuckles with her stick’

SYNONYMS
strike, hit, beat, thump, slap, smack, batter, pound, pummel, thrash, rap, buffet, hammer, bang, knock
wallop, belt, whack, clout, clip, clobber, bop, biff, sock, deck, swipe, lay one on

noun

1‘he got a bash on the head with a golf club’

SYNONYMS
blow, rap, hit, knock, bang, slap, crack, thump, tap, clip
informal clout, whack, wallop

2‘Harry's birthday bash’

SYNONYMS
party, gathering, social gathering, social occasion, social event, social function, function, get-together, celebration, reunion, festivity, jamboree, reception, at-home, soirée, social
dance, ball, ceilidh, frolic, carousal, carouse
North American fete, hoedown, shower, bake, cookout, levee
Australian, New Zealand corroboree
West Indian bashment
luau
tertulia
simcha
informal shindig, shindy, rave, blowout, beer-up, disco, do, shebang, bop, hop, whoopee, after-party
British informal rave-up, thrash, knees-up, beanfeast, beano, bunfight, jolly, lig
Irish informal hooley, crack
North American informal blast, wingding, kegger
Australian, New Zealand informal shivoo, rage, ding, jollo, rort
South African informal jol
dated squash, squeeze, ding-dong

3‘she'll have a bash at anything’

SYNONYMS
attempt, try, effort, endeavour, bid, venture, trial, experiment
informal crack, go, shot, stab, whack
formal essay
archaic assay

Phrases

    bash into

    ‘they bashed into one another’


    SYNONYMS

    collide with, hit, crash into, run into, bang into, smash into, knock into, bump into, meet head-on