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smack 1

British English: /smak/
American English: /smæk/

noun

intransitive verb

  • smack of
    (taste of) schmecken nach
    (smell of) riechen nach
    [figurative]
    riechen nach [informal]

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smack 2

noun

  • 1 (sound)
    Klatsch Mask.
    (of lips) Schmatzen Neutr.
    (of hand, stick) Klatschen Neutr.
  • 2 (blow)
    Schlag Mask.
    (on child's bottom) Klaps Mask. [informal]
    a smack in the face
    eine Ohrfeige
    a smack in the eye or face [figurative]
    ein Schlag ins Gesicht
  • 3 [informal] (attempt)have a smack at something
    es mit etwas versuchen
    he had a smack at the world record
    er versuchte, den Weltrekord zu verbessern
    have a smack at doing something

transitive verb

  • 1 (slap)
    (lightly) einen Klaps geben [informal] + Dat.
    smack somebody's face
    jemanden ohrfeigen
    smack somebody's bottom
    jemandem eins hintendrauf geben [informal]
    smack somebody's hand
    jemandem eins auf die Hand geben [informal]
    I'll smack your bottom!
    du kriegst eins hintendrauf! [informal]

intransitive verb

  • smack into the net/wall
    ins Netz/gegen die Mauer knallen [informal]
    I smacked into him
    wir knallten zusammen [informal]

adverb

  • 1 [informal] (with a smack)go smack into a lamp post
    gegen einen Laternenpfahl knallen [informal]

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smack 3

noun

  • [slang] (heroin)
    Junk Mask. (Drugs slang)

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smack 4

noun

  • (Nautical)
    Fischkutter Mask.

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