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There's many a tree to reduce to pulp (4)


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Here is my best explanation:

'reduce to pulp' is the definition.
(I've seen this before)

'there's many a tree' is the subsidiary indication.
'there's' says to put letters next to each other.
'many' becomes 'm'.
'a tree' becomes 'ash' (ash is a kind of tree).
'm' put next to 'ash' is 'mash'.

'to' is the link.


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This clue was last seen in Evening Standard

(Other definitions for mash that I've seen before include "Reduce to pulp", "Crush; soft mixture", "accompaniment", "Sausages' traditional partner", "Crush into a soft, pulpy state", "Crush, potatoes say", "dish of veg", "It goes well with sausages", "Pured potato" and "food for animals".)

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