In the United States, there is a debate to be given, particularly a debate that must lead to an agreement or a solution. The corresponding expression outside of North America is out, which is used almost exactly the same way. Hash out is the preferred term in Canada, but thrash out is more common in Canadian publications than in American publications, where it is almost non-existent. The general issue of motor skills v. the electric locomotive has been much crossed lately. [Electrical report (1898)] “Thrash out.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/thrash%20out. Access 18 Dec 2020. Hash out and thrash out usually take on a direct purpose, and the object can be either the problem that requires a solution (z.B. “We tore our differences and reached an agreement”) or the outcome of the discussion (z.B. “We discussed our differences and searched for an agreement”).

It is not clear that these two terms have a common source. The origins of the eviction are obvious; it spreads metaphorically from the thrashing process (including threshing) in agriculture, where the edible portion of the cereals is separated from the chaff. The hash out may come from the older hash over phrasal verb, which refers to the culinary practice of making meals from chopped pieces. In a figurative sense, it`s a haven thing, to assemble it hastily from small elements, and it`s not far from the importance of hash out. It could be that the hash evolved in the hash under the influence thrash out, which is once more common in the United States than it is now. [If we could bring them together in committee to develop a detailed diagram, it would be possible to have something more practical than anything we have seen on this subject so far. [Speech by South African Jan Smuts published in the pamphlets of the European War (1917)] Nglish: The translation of the expulsion for the Spanish spokesman, Mr. Letwin took the lead on behalf of the government to develop proposals for future regulation of the press. [Financial Times (2013)] What made you look up? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible). Or what about the correspondence with Alfred Russel Wallace, in which the two scientists whipped up the alternatives of individual/group selection? [New Scientist, 1988)] As a result, they had to review and develop the achievements of the past six months before they could prepare for the new campaign. [The Whig Party: 1807-1812, Michael Roberts (1965)] I`m sure I was happy to see him, and when I left him by train, I promised to come back and erase some of the problems we went through years ago. [Letter to plumbers,, Gas- und Dampfmonteure Journal (1917)] I`m going in the morning, and we can sit down and stop him together.

[A Collection of Strangers, Dolores Hitchens (1970)] New York City and its teachers` union have not met for more than three weeks to reach agreement on a new teacher evaluation system. [Wall Street Journal (2013)] Major League Baseball owners gathered today in hopes of consolidating their television-television future by stripping off a planned joint venture with ABC and NBC. [New York Times (1993) Subscribe to America`s largest dictionary and get thousands of other definitions and advanced search – ad-free! The American hash was born at the beginning of the 20th century and was common until the middle of the century: “Hold on, Judge. That makes sense. Let`s put people together and get him out of here. [Belligerent Peter, David De Forest Burrell (1920)] The thrash out figuratively has been used in British English since the 19th century (examples above us can be found in the Oxford English Dictionary, the oldest of which dates from 1882 and elsewhere):

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