Noun(1) distinctive and stylish elegance(2) a quick run(3) a footrace run at top speed(4) a punctuation mark (-(5) the longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code(6) the act of moving with great haste
Verb(1) run or move very quickly or hastily(2) break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over(3) hurl or thrust violently(4) destroy or break(5) cause to lose courage(6) add an enlivening or altering element to
(1) The dip, composed of vinegar, a splash of soy sauce and a dash of red chili, could use a certain extra something to give it more of a zing, as the roll was in need of a little something to wake up the taste buds.(2) Develop/wash in a flat-bottomed tray containing water with a dash of washing-up liquid added.(3) Other people leave it until the train has stopped, everyone else has already got on and off, and then they make a mad dash for the door, just passing through as the doors begin to close again.(4) It's good to have a garden in which to potter, that's for sure, and potter is most of what I've done today, apart from a mad dash out to collect my pension and have a fish-and-chips lunch.(5) Often their three lines are split into two parts, by a colon or a dash , with an imaginative distance between the two sections.(6) The oblong LCD panel perched on top of the dash displays the sat nav instructions.(7) The score relies on a tried-and-true recipe to generate suspense: a little bit of Psycho, a pinch of Jaws, a dash of sweeping melody.(8) If the winners emerge with some dash in their style, they may also have to contend with being All-Ireland favourites.(9) From freaky fÔö£┬¼tes to wacky races, we British will be dispersing across the country with our trademark enthusiasm, eccentricity and, on occasion, a dash of style.(10) The dash is neatly laid out and a pop-up panel houses the screen for the sat nav which can be tilted to remove glare.(11) So, when a good house - or in this case, two good houses - go up for sale, potential buyers had better dash immediately round to the estate agent and be prepared to form an orderly queue.(12) The driver flipped a control on his dash and a green light appeared.(13) Add a dash of lemon juice and salt and pepper to taste(14) But the price for having those clever little electronic maps built into your dash is still far too high for true volume sales to take off.(15) The sat nav, which slides out of the top of the dash Bond-style, can be a bit tricky to read sometimes and the controls - located on the back of the steering wheel - are a bit fiddly.(16) We appreciated just how well milk, chocolate powder (if tastes allow, a dash of coffee) go with rum or vodka, a cold shake with a kick.