There are 3 translations of smack in Spanish:

smack1

Pronunciation: /smæk/

n

  • 1 c 1.1 (slap, blow) manotazo (m), manotada (f), palmada (f) (AmL) a smack on the bottom un azote a smack in the face [colloquial/familiar] una bofetada, una cachetada (AmL) you'll get a smack! mira que te van a pegar
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    • With one farmer acting as go-between, eventually you would hear the smack of spittle-wetted palms signifying a satisfactory result all round.
    • Bully boys kowtow to only two things: a large smack or abject ridicule.
    • He wasted no time in raining down a series of sharp smacks to his target.
    1.2 (sound) chasquido (m)
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    • After Amber's palm made contact with Jackie's face, sounding off a loud smack through the area, Jackie fell to the ground from the force.
    • There was a smack, then the sound of a door closing and locking.
    • My landing was uneventful, which is to say there wasn't a loud smack on the wall at the bottom of the stairs.
    1.3 (kiss) besote (m) [familiar/colloquial], beso (m) sonoro or (Méx) tronado
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    • They started groping viciously and kissing savagely with loud, desperate smacks resonating into the dizzy evening air.
    • He winced when Kala delivered a loud smack to her father's cheek.
    • I leaned in and gave her a quick smack on the cheek as she shoved me away.
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    • Something he has never done: Hard drugs like smack or cocaine.
    • She graduates to heroin - her boyfriend is on smack too - and her addiction takes its toll on her family.
    • Alas, a fish cannot live without water, a heroin junkie cannot survive without smack, and I just can't function without my dancing.
  • 2 c (boat) barca (f) de pesca
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    • He gives us a wonderful tale of hitch-hiking aboard a motley assortment of craft - freights, dhows, yachts and fishing smacks and meeting interesting and colourful men and women on the way.
    • We are then brought to the consideration of the question whether, upon the facts appearing in these records, the fishing smacks were subject to capture by the armed vessels of the United States during the recent war with Spain.
    • During the early years these were sailing smacks, but the yard was at the forefront of the development of steam trawlers and came to specialise in long-range trawlers for the Hull distant water fleet.

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There are 3 translations of smack in Spanish:

smack2

vt

  • 1.1 (slap) [child] pegarle* a (con la mano) he smacked him really hard le pegó fuerte (con la mano) you'll get your bottom smacked te voy a dar una paliza or (AmL) unas palmadas or (Méx) una nalgada he smacked the ball into the crowd de un manotazo mandó la pelota a la tribuna
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    • ‘We don't even believe in smacking the kids,’ she said.
    • I remember my mother smacking me because when a little cousin was staying with us I talked to him when he was in the lavatory.
    • If I ever did something like that, my mother would have smacked me into next week.
    1.2 (punch) [colloquial/familiar] darle* un puñetazo or una piña a [familiar/colloquial] so I smacked him one así que le di un puñetazo [familiar/colloquial]
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    • Her hand flew up and smacked Kim forcefully around the face.
    • As she crossed the road, some fool driving at 70 mph smacked into her, and she was thrown into the air and hit the road at the other side of the car.
    • She clenched her fists and smacked Muketsu hard with her knuckles.
    1.3to smack one's lips relamerse

vi

  • to smack of sth oler* a algo

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There are 3 translations of smack in Spanish:

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adv ( (AmE also) smack dab)

  • [colloquial/familiar] she lives smack in the center of town vive justo en el centro or en pleno centro de la ciudad she kissed him smack on the mouth lo besó en la mismísima boca smack in the middle justo en el medio he went smack into a tree se dio contra un árbol
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    • He plonked smack bang on the green green grass of Lismore Lake.
    • If you were, you'd be smack bang in the firing line of his new book.
    • Hurriedly turning a corner, Tielle ran smack bang into a large figure heading in her direction.
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    • I worked out that at default, its set dead smack bang in the middle.
    • ‘The other thing,’ Abby chips in, ‘because it's a joint project with the library and we're smack bang in the middle of Central Library, we're going to have access to all their resources.’
    • I've no aspirations-I'm living smack bang in the middle of my aspiration and it's a great place to be.

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