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American English: /ˈsmækər/
British English: /ˈsmakə/

Translation of smacker in Spanish:


[colloquial] [dated]
  • 2 2.1 (dollar) 2.2 (pound)
    (British English)
    Example sentences
    • He say's he'll give a reward of twenty smackers up to the person who ‘catches’ the canary.
    • These days, a low-risk return of, say, 5% a year will give you a taxable income of £50,000 on a million smackers.
    • I'm sure the chance of 80,000 smackers in his back pocket had little to do with it.
    Example sentences
    • One hundred and 42 smackers and 50 cents for a two-dollar bet.
    • Some green-haired kid at school payed me a cool 500 smackers to stand guard here, and I'm gonna do just that!
    • At 40 smackers a month, that's a little much to swallow.

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