Definition of whacking in English:

whacking

Syllabification: whack·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈ(h)wakiNG
 
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adjective

[attributive] British informal
Very large: she poured us two whacking drinks [as submodifier]: he dug a whacking great hole
More example sentences
  • Golly gosh, is that a whacking great mountain coming between Switzerland and Italy?
  • Imagine letting patients out into the fresh air after one day, having just cut a whacking great hole into their stomachs.
  • Then again, taking a whacking huge salary also gets taxed so we can't be too mean on him.

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