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English definition of “smack”

smack

verb [I/T] (HIT FORCEFULLY)   /smæk/
to hit someone or something forcefully , usually making a loud noise : [T] I was afraid she was going to smack me. [I] The car spun around and smacked into a tree . [T] She smacked the ball over the fence . [M] He smacked his hand down on the table to get our attention .
(Definition of smack verb (HIT FORCEFULLY) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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