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1 smack /ˈsmæk/ verb
smacks; smacked; smacking
1 smack
/ˈsmæk/
verb
smacks; smacked; smacking
Learner's definition of SMACK
[+ object]
: to slap or hit (someone or something) hard
always followed by an adverb or preposition : to set or hit (something) on or against something else so that it makes a loud noise
US, informal : to kiss (someone) loudly

smack of

[phrasal verb]
smack of (something)
: to seem to contain or involve (something unpleasant)

smack your lips

: to close and open your lips noisily especially before or after eating or drinking
2 smack /ˈsmæk/ noun
plural smacks
2 smack
/ˈsmæk/
noun
plural smacks
Learner's definition of SMACK
[count]
: a hard slap or hit
: a loud noise that is made when something hits something else in a forceful way
informal : a loud kiss
compare 3smack, 5smack, 6smack
3 smack /ˈsmæk/ noun
3 smack
/ˈsmæk/
noun
Learner's definition of SMACK
[noncount]
: a small, noticeable amount of a particular thing
compare 2smack, 5smack, 6smack
4 smack /ˈsmæk/ adverb
4 smack
/ˈsmæk/
adverb
Learner's definition of SMACK
informal
: exactly or directly
5 smack /ˈsmæk/ noun
5 smack
/ˈsmæk/
noun
Learner's definition of SMACK
[noncount] slang
: heroin
compare 2smack, 3smack, 6smack
6 smack /ˈsmæk/ noun
plural smacks
6 smack
/ˈsmæk/
noun
plural smacks
Learner's definition of SMACK
[count] British
: a small fishing boat
compare 2smack, 3smack, 5smack
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