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Turkish translation of “smack”

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smack

adverb
 
 
/smæk/ informal ( also UK smack bang, also US smack dab)
EXACTLY exactly in a particular place
tam, tastamam, doğruca
She lives smack in the middle of Edinburgh.Accurate and exact
SUDDENLY suddenly and with a lot of force
aniden ve zorla
He braked too late and ran smack into the car in front.Not expected or planned
Translations of “smack”
in Chinese (Traditional) 確切地, 不偏不倚地,正好…
in Russian прямо, прямо-таки, прямиком…
in Chinese (Simplified) 确切地, 不偏不倚地,正好…
in Polish dokładnie, prosto…
(Definition of smack adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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