To smack is to hit.(verb)
An example of to smack is hit someone on the back with your hand.
Smack is defined as a hit with a hand or another flat object.(noun)
An example of a smack is hitting someone on the bottom.
The definition of a smack is a small amount.(noun)
An example of a smack is a hint of cinnamon in a soup.
Smack means the sound made by lips in kissing or enjoying food.(noun)
Smack is slang for heroin.(noun)
An example of smack is what you’d ask for when buying heroin on the street.
See smack in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME smac < OE smæc, akin to Ger (ge)schmack < IE base *smeg(h)-, to taste > Lith smaguriaúti, to nibble
Origin: < ? or akin to MDu smack, LowG smacke, of echoic orig.
Origin: prob. < Du smak (> Dan smakke, Sp zumaca) < smacken, to slap, smack: from the flapping sail
Origin: < ?
See smack in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb smacked, smack·ing, smacks verb, transitive
Origin: Perhaps of Middle Flemish origin
Origin: , or perhaps of imitative origin.
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old English smǽc.
Origin: or Low German smak
Origin: , from smakken, to fling, dash.
Origin: Probably variant of smeck
Origin: , from Yiddish shmek, a sniff, swell
Origin: , from shmekn, to sniff, smell
Origin: , from Middle High German smecken, smacken, to smell, taste
Origin: , from Old High German smac, smell, taste.
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