mæʃt adj. crushed, pulped; having been reduced to a uniform mass mæʃ n. soft mixture, blend; puree; mixture of boiled grains for livestock; (British) mashed potato v. grind, pulverize, puree; create a soft mixture by adding hot water and crushing

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