Translation and English learning by Britannica
merriam webster

2 Translation results for dash in Spanish

noun | verb

dash noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
arranque, salpicadura (de aguas); guión largo (signo de puntuación); gota, pizca; brío; carrera

Example sentences of
dash noun

  • We made a dash for the exit.
  • the cavalry officer's dash and enthusiasm inspired his men to follow him into battle

Synonyms of
dash noun

dash verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
dashed, has dashed, is dashing, dashes
romper, estrellar; romperse, estrellarse; lanzarse, irse apresuradamente; arrojar, lanzar; salpicar; frustrar

Example sentences of
dash verb

  • I'm sorry, but I must dash. I'm late.
  • She dashed down the hallway to the bathroom.
  • People were dashing inside to get out of the rain.
  • The waves dashed the boat against the rocks.
  • Her hopes of winning a medal were dashed after she broke her leg.

Detailed synonyms for dash verb

See: Frustrate

Phrasal verbs for dash

Related phrases for dash

Reverse translation for dash

arranque  - starter (of a car), outburst, fit 
salpicadura  (de aguas) - spatter, splash 
guión largo  (signo de puntuación)
gota  - drop, gout 
pizca  - pinch, speck, trace, harvest 
brío  - force, determination, spirit, verve 
carrera  - run, running, race, course of study, career, profession, run (in baseball) 
romper  - to break, to break, to smash, to rip, to tear, to break off (relations), to break (a contract), to break through, to break down, to wear out 
estrellar  - to smash, to crash 
romperse  - to break, to burst 
estrellarse  - to crash, to collide 
lanzarse  - to throw oneself (at, into) 
arrojar  - to hurl, to cast, to throw, to give off, to spew out, to yield, to produce, to vomit 
lanzar  - to throw, to hurl, to pitch, to launch, to roll out 
salpicar  - to spatter, to splash, to sprinkle, to scatter about 
frustrar  - to frustrate, to thwart 
Word of the day

How do you say gauge?