Synonyms of smack in English:

smack1

noun

  • 1 she gave him a smack
  • 2 the package landed with a smack
    bang, crash, crack, thud, thump
  • 3 informal a smack on the lips
    kiss, peck, smooch
    informal smacker
  • verb

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  • 1 he tried to smack her
  • 2 the waiter smacked a plate down
    bang, slam, crash, thump; sling, fling
    informal plunk
  • adverb

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  • 1 informal smack in the middle
    exactly, precisely, straight, right, directly, squarely, dead, plumb, point-blank
    informal slap, bang, smack dab
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    Synonyms of smack in English:

    smack2

    noun

  • 1 the beer has a smack of hops
  • 2 a smack of bitterness in his words
    trace, tinge, touch, suggestion, hint, overtone, suspicion, whisper
  • Phrases

    smack of

  • 1.1 the tea smacked of tannin
    taste of, have the flavor of
  • 2.1 the plan smacked of self-promotion
    suggest, hint at, have overtones of, give the impression of, have the stamp of, seem like; smell of, reek of
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