smack your lips Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"smack your lips" in British English

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smack your lips

to ​close and ​openyourmouthloudly to ​express a ​strongwish to ​eat something you like a lot: "I ​lovechocolatecake," said Susannah, ​smacking her ​lips.
(Definition of smack your lips from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"smack your lips" in American English

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smack your lips

to make a ​noise to show that something is good by ​opening and ​closingyourlips: The ​dogs were ​smackingtheirlips at the ​smell of the ​meat.
(Definition of smack your lips from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “smack your lips”
in Chinese (Simplified) 咂嘴…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咂嘴脣…
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