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smoochverb [I]

us   uk   /smuːtʃ/
informal to kiss, hold, and touch someone in a sexual way: Didn't I see you smooching with Mark at Kim's party?
UK When two people are smooching, they are dancing slowly and very close together to slow, romantic music: The dance floor was full of middle-aged couples smooching to slushy ballads.

smoochnoun [C usually singular]

us   uk   /smuːtʃ/ UK
informal a kiss: I was so embarrassed when I walked in on them having a smooch on the sofa.
a slow, romantic dance: Kate had a smooch with a very attractive young man at the Christmas party.
(Definition of smooch from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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smoochverb [I]

us   /smutʃ/ infml
to kiss someone
smooch
noun [C usually sing] us   /smutʃ/
infml She gave her husband a smooch on the way out.
(Definition of smooch from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “smooch”
in Chinese (Simplified) 搂抱接吻, 紧拥着慢舞…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擁吻, 緊擁著慢舞…
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