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slap1 US English

Hit (someone or something) with the palm of one’s hand or a flat object

slap2 US English

Lacking strength, energy, or discipline; ineffectual

slap US Thesaurus

he slapped her hard

slap-up US English

(Of a meal or celebration) large and sumptuous

slap bass US English

A style of playing double bass or bass guitar by pulling and releasing the strings sharply against the fingerboard, used for effect in jazz or popular music

slap shot US English

A hard shot made by raising the stick about waist-high before striking the puck with a sharp slapping motion

bitch-slap US English

Deliver a stinging blow to (someone), typically in order to humiliate them

slap in the face US English

An unexpected rejection or affront

slap on the back US English

Congratulations or commendations

slap and tickle US English

Physical amorous play

slap someone around US English

Beat or hit someone repeatedly

slap on the wrist US English

A mild reprimand or punishment

slap something on in slap1 US English

Impose a fine or other penalty on

slap someone down in slap1 US English

Reprimand someone forcefully

slap someone on the back US English

Congratulate someone

slapdash US English

Done too hurriedly and carelessly

slaphead US English

A bald or balding man

slap someone around in slap1 US English

Beat or hit someone repeatedly

slaphappy US English

Casual or flippant in a cheerful and often irresponsible way

slap in the face in slap1 US English

An unexpected rejection or affront

slap on the back in slap1 US English

Congratulations or commendations

slap on the wrist in slap1 US English

A mild reprimand or punishment

a slap in the face in slap US Thesaurus

your disloyalty was a brutal slap in the face

a slap on the back in slap US Thesaurus

he was always trying to earn a slap on the back from his stepfather

a slap on the wrist in slap US Thesaurus

the judge let him go free, with nothing more than a slap on the wrist