v.— «If Crozier is so hard up for charming regional neologisms, might I suggest one that doesn’t involve ratty proles hurting each other, such as “nash”, a verb meaning to travel somewhere against a tricky deadline (as in “The shop shuts at five so I’ll have to nash”).» —“Hooray for neds—they’re in the Collins” by Allan Brown Times (London, England) June 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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