- [C]深长的切口(或伤口) long deep cut or wound
- vt. 划伤，割破 make a gash in sth
a wound made by cutting;
"he put a bandage over the cut"
a trench resembling a furrow that was made by erosion or excavation
a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument
"she slashed her wrists"
- He was bleeding from a gash on his head.
- I was frightened when I saw the nasty gash in her arm.
- He gashed his foot on a piece of broken glass.
- The classmates' hearts ached for him and they begged him to wear gloves to prevent any more gashes.
用作动词 (v.)用作及物动词 S+ ～+n./pron.
- He gashed his arm on a piece of broken glass.
- gash fracture 裂缝破裂
He touched the gash that the axe had made in the wood.出自： R. Dahl
She cut a great gash in the beast's neck, and thus she severed its life.出自： P. S. Buck
Under an early moon the water against the fields was like a gash of silver.出自： fig.
Any weapon that would have gashed a hole in his father's breast and killed him.出自： V. Woolf
The lofty walls of their bare rooms were gashed and punctured with..cracks and holes.出自： J. L. Waten