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Definitions of mash:

part of speech: noun

A mixture of ingredients beaten together: in brewing, a mixture of crushed malt and hot water.

part of speech: noun

Masher.

part of speech: verb

To crush or bruise into a mass; to steep crushed malt in hot water.

part of speech: verb transitive

To mix with hot water ( as malt) in brewing; change into a soft pulpy state; to crush.

part of speech: verb transitive

To beat into a mixed mass: to bruise: in brewing, to mix malt and hot water together.

part of speech: noun

A mixture of ingredients beaten or blended together; a mixture of malt and hot water.

part of speech: noun

A soft or pulpy mass; a warm mixture of bran and water for horses or other animals; bruised malt, or meal, soaked in hot water for making beer, etc.

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