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Translation of "slap" - English-Spanish dictionary

slap

verb   /slæp/ ( present participle slapping, past tense and past participle slapped)
to hit someone with the flat, inside part of your hand dar un bofetón a She slapped him across the face.
noun   /slæp/
a hit with the flat, inside part of your hand bofetón
a slap in the face
something someone does that insults or upsets you una bofetada After all that hard work, losing my job was a real slap in the face.
(Definition of slap from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

slap

noun /slӕp/
a blow with the palm of the hand or anything flat palmada, cachete, bofetada, bofetón The child got a slap from his mother for being rude.
slapdash adjective
careless and hurried descuidado He does everything in such a slapdash manner.
slap-happy adjective
cheerfully careless; carefree descuidado, despreocupado She cooks in a very slap-happy way.
slapstick noun
a kind of humour/humor which depends for its effect on very simple practical jokes etc bufonada, payasada Throwing custard pies turns a play into slapstick (also adjective) slapstick comedy.
(Definition of slap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “slap”
in Korean 손바닥으로 철썩 때리기…
in Arabic صَفْعة…
in Malaysian tampar…
in French gifle…
in Russian шлепок, пощечина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打, 拍,摑, 掌擊…
in Italian schiaffo…
in Turkish tokat, şamar, tokat atma…
in Polish uderzenie, klaps…
in Vietnamese cái tát, cái vỗ, cái đập…
in Portuguese tapa, bofetão…
in Thai การตบ…
in German der Klaps…
in Catalan bufetada…
in Japanese 平手打ち…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打, 拍,掴, 掌击…
in Indonesian tamparan…
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