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Translation of "slap" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
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 Chinese (Traditional) 打, 拍,摑, 掌擊…
in Russian шлепок, пощечина…
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 Indonesian tamparan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打, 拍,掴, 掌击…
(Definition of slap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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