verb. Can be used in a variety of contexts to indicate an egregious low-ball transactional offer. Arabic origins of the verb thought to indicate "destroy," which in this case means a destruction of the execution of the offer due to the embarrassingly bad initial proposal.
I walked out of the job interview when the manager hashimized me with a lowball offer of 20,000/year.

"You just done hashimized me by offering Derek Fisher and Nene Hilario in our fantasy basketball league for Dwight Howard. And I don't care if it's a two for one deal!"

You really out to think about the implications of salary negotiation hashimization on our ability to attract top talent.
by brother from another mother21 October 03, 2011

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