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American English: /smutʃ/
British English: /smuːtʃ/

Translation of smooch in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • [colloquial]
    a good song to smooch to
    una buena canción para bailar amartelados
    Example sentences
    • Lovers walked together against the flowers, or sat on a bench, smooching to their hearts' delight.
    • I gulped as they smooched - for quite a long time, too - and wished more than anything that it was me he was kissing.
    • Grayson and I spent a lot of time together, rolling around, sitting in laps, and being smooched.
    Example sentences
    • Although some of the lyrics aren't appropriate, I love this song all the same… and I would love to be dancing and smooching up against my man to it.


  • 1.1 (kiss)
    (American English)
    1.2 (kiss and close embrace) (British English) (no plural) to have a smooch (with somebody)
    besuquearse (con alguien)
    Example sentences
    • Confetti was all around and Chris and I planted a big smooch on each other.
    • The spirited young girl wrapped her arms around her brother's neck, giving him a big smooch on the cheek.
    • I once saw a young girl from the audience land a smooch on the cheek of a stoutly-built male singer, whose singing was notoriously out of tune.

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