Phrasal Verb: Lash out at

Lash out at

Meaning: Hit someone suddenly, usually without warning, or try to hit them

Example: He LASHED OUT AT me when I laughed at him.

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Lash out at

Meaning: Criticise someone or shout at them

Example: She LASHED OUT AT her colleagues when she was sacked.

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