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slam

verb     /slæm/ ( present participle slamming, past tense and past participle slammed)
B2 [I, T] to close with great force, or to make something close with great force: Kate heard the front door slam. Don't slam the gate.Closing and blocking
slam sth down/onto/into, etc
B2 to put something somewhere with great force: She slammed the phone down.Placing and positioning an object
slam noun [C]
[usually singular] the slam of a car door
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