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Translation of "slap" - English-Korean dictionary

slap

noun
 
/slæp/
a hit with the flat, inside part of your hand
손바닥으로 철썩 때리기
a slap in the face something someone does that insults or upsets you
모욕
After all that hard work, losing my job was a real slap in the face.
Translations of “slap”
in Arabic صَفْعة…
in Malaysian tampar…
in French gifle…
in Turkish tokat, şamar, tokat atma…
in Italian schiaffo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打, 拍,摑, 掌擊…
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 from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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