Meaning of smack
- a taste or flavor, esp. a slight flavor distinctive or suggestive of something: The chicken had just a smack of garlic.
- a trace, touch, or suggestion of something.
- a taste, mouthful, or small quantity.
- to have a taste, flavor, trace, or suggestion: Your politeness smacks of condescension.
- to strike sharply, esp. with the open hand or a flat object.
- to drive or send with a sharp, resounding blow or stroke: to smack a ball over a fence.
- to close and open (the lips) smartly so as to produce a sharp sound, often as a sign of relish, as in eating.
- to kiss with or as with a loud sound.
- to smack the lips.
- to collide, come together, or strike something forcibly.
- to make a sharp sound as of striking against something.
- a sharp, resounding blow, esp. with something flat.
- a smacking of the lips, as in relish or anticipation.
- a resounding or loud kiss.
- a fishing vessel, esp. one having a well for keeping the catch alive.
- any of various small, fully decked, fore-and-aft-rigged vessels used for trawling or coastal trading.
— n. Slang.
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