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He stretched out his mighty arms and seized one of the men and dashed his brain out on the ground…

what is the meaning of dash out ???????

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splashed his brain on the ground
Marius Hancusplashed his brain on the ground
Let's hope it was figurative rather than literal.Emotion: wink
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smashed his head on the ground
Note that this is not the only meaning that "dash out" can have, although in the context you gave, it is the only one. To "dash" is to run rapidly, and to "dash out" can mean to go out briefly for a short errand, as in "I am just dashing out to buy some coffee".
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Dashed is also commonly used as smashed. I hear "dashed against the rocks" often when referring to shipwrecks.
VorparDashed is also commonly used as smashed. I hear "dashed against the rocks" often when referring to shipwrecks.

Indeed.
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dash

1 : to knock, hurl, or thrust impetuously, violently, or destructively <dash away your tears> <they dashed water into his face to revive him> <the storm dashed the boat against a reef> <he dashed the door open ... and fled down the hall -- Herbert Gold> <the fury of Pontiac's army dashed itself in vain against the palisades of Detroit -- American Guide Series: Ind.>

2 : to break, crush, or smash by striking or knocking <flowers dashed by rain> <the statue was dashed to pieces when it fell>

3 a : SPLASH, SPATTER<clothes dashed with mud> b : BESMIRCH, SULLY<a reputation dashed with rumor> c : to spread over carelessly : BLOTCH, BESPECKLE<a painting dashed with bright colors>

( 23 Oct. 2006).

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