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smack1 US English

A sharp slap or blow, typically one given with the palm of the hand

smack2 US English

Have a flavor of; taste of

smack3 US English

A fishing boat, often one equipped with a well for keeping the caught fish alive

smack4 US English

Heroin

smack5 US English

Speak insultingly of someone, especially to intentionally rankle them

lick one's lips US English

Look forward to something with relish; show one’s satisfaction

smack dab US English

Exactly; precisely

smack talk US English

Insulting speech, especially when intended to irritate or annoy someone

lick one's lips in lip US English

Look forward to something with relish; show one’s satisfaction

smackdown US English

A bitter contest or confrontation

smack talking in smack talk US English

Insulting speech, especially when intended to irritate or annoy someone

smack1 US Thesaurus

she gave him a smack

smack2 US Thesaurus

the beer has a smack of hops

smack English-Spanish

manotazo m, manotada f, palmada fAmL

smack dab in smack English-Spanish

she lives smack in the center of town

a smack in the face in smack English-Spanish

una bofetada, una cachetada

you'll get a smack! in smack English-Spanish

mira que te van a pegar

she kissed him smack on the mouth in smack English-Spanish

lo besó en la mismísima boca


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