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whack

verb     /wæk/
[T] to hit someone or something noisily 猛打,猛击,重击 He whacked the tree trunk with his stick. 他用手杖猛击树干。 She whacked him in the mouth. 她猛地一拳打在他的嘴上。 Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
[T + adv/prep] informal to quickly put something somewhere 迅速放置;随意丢放 "Where shall I put my bag?" "Just whack it in the corner there." “我把书包放哪儿?”“丢到那边角落里就行。” Placing and positioning an object
Translations of “whack”
in Vietnamese đánh đau…
in Spanish pegar, zurrar…
in Thai ตีอย่างแรง…
in Malaysian memukul…
in French donner un grand coup (à)…
in German vermöbeln…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猛打,猛擊,重擊, 迅速放置, 隨意丟放…
in Indonesian menampar…
in Russian ударять…
in Turkish çarpmak, dövmek, yumruk indirmek…
in Polish walnąć…
(Definition of whack verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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