动词过去式:gashed 过去分词:gashed 现在分词:gashing 第三人称单数:gashes
n ~ (in sth) long deep cut or wound 长而深的切痕或伤口
*a nasty gash in the arm, leg, etc 胳膊、腿等上深而长的伤口
* make a gash in the bark of a tree with a knife 用刀在树皮上割一道深而长的切口.
v [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (on/with sth) make a gash in sth （在某物上）割一长而深的切口
*gash one's arm on a piece of broken glass 胳膊被玻璃碎片划了一个大口子.
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Old North French;Origin: garser, from Greek charassein 'to make a mark in the surface of something']
a large deep cut or hole in something, for example in a person's skin
Blood poured from a deep gash in her forehead.
One day Frank gashed his hand on a bit of broken glass.
1. He cannot work today; he got a gash in his hand while axing. 他今天无法工作，因为他在使用斧头时手被切伤了。