n. 掌掴（声）; 海洛因; （打的）一拳; 打巴掌
adv. 直接地; 准确地; 猛烈地; 急剧地
If you smack someone, you hit them with your hand.
She smacked me on the side of the head.
If you smack something somewhere, you put it or throw it there so that it makes a loud, sharp noise.
He smacked his hands down on his knees...
Ray Houghton smacked the ball against a post.
If one thing smacks of another thing that you consider bad, it reminds you of it or is like it.
The engineers' union was unhappy with the motion, saying it smacked of racism.
Something that is smack in a particular place is exactly in that place.
In part that's because industry is smack in the middle of the city.
Smack is heroin.
If you smack your lips, you open and close your mouth noisily, especially before or after eating, to show that you are eager to eat or enjoyed eating.
'I really want some dessert,' Keaton says, smacking his lips.
1. a blow from a flat object (as an open hand)
2. the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
3. a sailing ship (usually rigged like a sloop or cutter) used in fishing and sailing along the coast
4. street names for heroin
5. an enthusiastic kiss
6. the act of smacking something; a blow delivered with an open hand
1. deliver a hard blow to;
2. have an element suggestive (of something);
3. have a distinctive or characteristic taste;
4. kiss lightly
5. eat noisily by smacking one's lips
a smack in the face (或 eye)
I'll smack your Bottom if you're naughty.
Long forgotten terrors will smack your courage, sacrifice everything, ( long pause ) as the final darkness falls.
The book hit the floor with a loud smack.
" The other frail said he was a wet smack. "
“ 另一个姑娘说他是一个讨厌鬼. ”
This foolish act went smack against the rules.