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gash

(găsh)
tr.v. gashed, gashing, gashes
To make a long deep cut in; slash deeply.
n.
1. A long deep cut.
2. A deep flesh wound.

GASH

(găsh)
An acronym for glare, arc, starburst, and halo, four potential complications of refractive eye surgery.
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Frank Berry, racing manager to the winning owner, said yesterday: "He got a nasty gash to his heel during the race and so we'll have to sit on it for a week and take it from there.
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