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Meaning & Definition of Smack in English

English

Smack

/smæk/

noun

1. A blow from a flat object (as an open hand)

    synonym:
  • slap
  • ,
  • smack

2. The taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth

    synonym:
  • relish
  • ,
  • flavor
  • ,
  • flavour
  • ,
  • sapidity
  • ,
  • savor
  • ,
  • savour
  • ,
  • smack
  • ,
  • nip
  • ,
  • tang

3. A sailing ship (usually rigged like a sloop or cutter) used in fishing and sailing along the coast

    synonym:
  • smack

4. Street names for heroin

    synonym:
  • big H
  • ,
  • hell dust
  • ,
  • nose drops
  • ,
  • smack
  • ,
  • thunder
  • ,
  • skag
  • ,
  • scag

5. An enthusiastic kiss

    synonym:
  • smack
  • ,
  • smooch

6. The act of smacking something

  • A blow delivered with an open hand
    synonym:
  • smack
  • ,
  • smacking
  • ,
  • slap

verb

1. Deliver a hard blow to

  • "The teacher smacked the student who had misbehaved"
    synonym:
  • smack
  • ,
  • thwack

2. Have an element suggestive (of something)

  • "His speeches smacked of racism"
  • "This passage smells of plagiarism"
    synonym:
  • smack
  • ,
  • reek
  • ,
  • smell

3. Have a distinctive or characteristic taste

  • "This tastes of nutmeg"
    synonym:
  • smack
  • ,
  • taste

4. Kiss lightly

    synonym:
  • smack
  • ,
  • peck

5. Press (the lips) together and open (the lips) noisily, as in eating

    synonym:
  • smack

adverb

1. Directly

  • "He ran bang into the pole"
  • "Ran slap into her"
    synonym:
  • bang
  • ,
  • slap
  • ,
  • slapdash
  • ,
  • smack
  • ,
  • bolt