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smack /smæk/ verb [transitive]

صدای سیلی یا شلاق ، طعم ، چشیدن مختصر ، باصدا غذاخوردن ، ماچ صدادارکردن ، مزه مخصوصی داشتن ، کف دستی زدن ، کتک زدن ، کاملا ، یکراست ، ورزش: ضربه محکم در هنگام ابشار
- slap, clap, cuff, hit, spank, strike
- slap, blow
- directly, exactly, precisely, right, slap (informal), squarely, straight
Related Idioms: plant a juicy kiss on
Related Words: resemble, suggest, reek, stink

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. smack1 /smæk/ verb [transitive]
[Date: 1400-1500; Origin: Perhaps from Middle Dutch smacken 'to hit'. smack of 1300-1400 From smack 'taste' (11-21 centuries), from Old English smæc]

1. to hit someone, especially a child, with your open hand in order to punish them ⇒ slap:
the debate about whether parents should smack their children

2. [always + adverb/preposition] to hit something hard against something else so that it makes a short loud noise:
He smacked the money down on the table and walked out.

3. smack your lips to make a short loud noise with your lips before or after you eat or drink something to show that it is good:
He drained his glass and smacked his lips appreciatively.

4. British English informal to hit someone hard with your closed hand Synonym : punch
smack of something phrasal verb [not in progressive]
if a situation smacks of something unpleasant, it seems to involve that thing:
To me, the whole thing smacks of a cover-up.
smack somebody up phrasal verb informal
to hit someone hard many times with your hand:
Don’t make me come over there and smack you up.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. smack2 noun
[Sense 1-2, 4: Date: 1500-1600; Origin: smack1]
[Sense 3: Date: 1900-2000; Origin: Perhaps from Yiddish shmek 'sniff, slight smell, small mount of snuff']
[Sense 5: Date: 1600-1700; Language: Dutch; Origin: smak]

1. [countable]
a) a hit with your open hand, especially to punish a child ⇒ slap:
You’re going to get a smack in a minute!
b) British English informal a hard hit with your closed hand Synonym : punch
smack in the mouth/face/gob
Talk like that and I’ll give you a smack in the mouth.

2. [countable usually singular] a short loud noise caused when something hits something else:
The book landed with a smack.

3. [uncountable] informal heroin

4. give somebody a smack on the lips/cheek informal to kiss someone loudly

5. [countable] a small fishing boat

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. smack3 adverb informal

1. exactly or directly in the middle of something, in front of something etc
smack in the middle/in front of something etc
There was a hole smack in the middle of the floor.
smack bang British English smack dab American English:
It’s smack dab in the middle of an earthquake zone.

2. if something goes smack into something, it hits it with a lot of force:
The car ran smack into the side of the bus.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. good, hard
VERB + SMACK give sb, land (sb) He longed to land her a good smack in the face.
PREP. with a ~ She brought her hand down on the water with a smack.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. hard I'll smack you very hard if you do that again!
PREP. on She smacked the boy on his leg.
PHRASAL VERBS smack of sth
ADV. strongly, too much Today's announcement smacks strongly of a government cover-up.
a little

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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