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Definition of smack dab in English:

adverb

North American informal
Exactly; precisely: I’m in Bolivia, smack dab in the heart of South America
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  • This is looking more and more like a partisan hit by a demoted career staffer who happens to be promoting a book smack dab in the middle of the presidential election season.
  • The big question is where the asteroid will be on that potentially fateful date - behind us, beyond us, or smack dab in the middle of Kansas.
  • Right now we're smack dab in the middle of lying season.

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