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Spanish translation of “smack”

smack

verb /smӕk/
to strike smartly and loudly; to slap
dar una palmada
She smacked the child’s hand/bottom.
a smack on the cheek noun a quick, loud kiss on the cheek
besote, beso sonoro en la mejilla
He gave her a quick smack on the cheek.
(Definition of smack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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