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slap

noun (HIT)
 
 
/slæp/
[C] a quick hit with the flat part of the hand or other flat object
拍,摑;掌擊
She gave her son a slap for behaving badly.
她因兒子不聽話給了他一巴掌。
Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
a slap in the face informal an action that insults or upsets someone
一記耳光;侮辱;打擊
It was a real slap in the face for him when she refused to go out to dinner with him.
她拒絕和他一起出去吃晚飯,這對他真是一種侮辱。
Insults and abuseTreating people or animals badly
a slap on the back when someone hits you in a friendly way on the back in order to show praise for something you have done
友好地輕拍背部(表示贊許或表揚)
He's won - give him a slap on the back.
他贏了——應該好好祝賀他一下。
Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
a slap on the wrist informal a gentle warning or punishment
輕微的警告(或懲罰)
The judge gave Minna a slap on the wrist for not wearing her seat belt.
法官因爲明娜沒有繫安全帶而對她稍稍懲戒了一下。
Punishing and punishmentsPunishing by causing painHitting and beatingThreats and warnings
Translations of “slap”
in Arabic صَفْعة…
in Korean 손바닥으로 철썩 때리기…
in Malaysian tampar…
in French gifle…
in Turkish tokat, şamar, tokat atma…
in Italian schiaffo…
in Russian шлепок, пощечина…
in Polish uderzenie, klaps…
in Vietnamese cái tát, cái vỗ, cái đập…
in Spanish palmada, cachete, bofetada…
in Portuguese tapa, bofetão…
in Thai การตบ…
in German der Klaps…
in Catalan bufetada…
in Japanese 平手打ち…
in Indonesian tamparan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打, 拍,掴, 掌击…
(Definition of slap noun (HIT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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