down\ smack

Equivalent to down pat.

I got this game down smack.


Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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  • smack — smack1 [smak] n. [ME smac < OE smæc, akin to Ger ( ge)schmack < IE base * smeg(h) , to taste > Lith smaguriaúti, to nibble] 1. a distinctive taste or flavor, esp. one that is faint or slight 2. a) a small amount; bit b) a touch, trace,… …   English World dictionary

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  • smack|down — «SMAK down», noun. 1. a beating or defeat. 2. a contest, confrontation or rivalry; face off: »The news smackdown left the city with only one daily tabloid …   Useful english dictionary

  • Down and Outing — Tom and Jerry series The title card of Down and Outing Directed by Gene Deitch …   Wikipedia

  • smack — smack1 [ smæk ] verb 1. ) transitive to hit someone with your flat hand or a flat object: I don t believe it s right to smack children when they re being naughty. a ) transitive BRITISH INFORMAL to hit someone with your FIST (=closed hand): He… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • smack — {{11}}smack (n.1) taste, flavor, now mainly in verbal figurative use smacks of ... (first attested 1590s; smack as a verb in this sense is from late 14c.), from O.E. smæc, from P.Gmc. *smak (Cf. O.Fris. smek, Du. smaak, O.H.G. smac, Ger.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • smack — I. /smæk / (say smak) noun 1. a taste or flavour, especially a slight flavour distinctive or suggestive of something. 2. a trace, touch, or suggestion of something. 3. a taste, mouthful, or small quantity. –phrase 4. smack of, to have a taste,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • smack — smack1 [smæk] v [T] [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: Perhaps from Middle Dutch smacken to hit . smack of 1300 1400 From smack taste (11 21 centuries), from Old English smAc] 1.) to hit someone, especially a child, with your open hand in order to punish… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Smack My Bitch Up — Infobox Single Name = Smack My Bitch Up Artist = The Prodigy from Album = The Fat of the Land Released = 17 November 1997 Format = 12 inch vinyl record CD single Recorded = Essex, England Genre = Big beat Length = 4:45 (Edit) Label = XL… …   Wikipedia

  • smack — I UK [smæk] / US verb Word forms smack : present tense I/you/we/they smack he/she/it smacks present participle smacking past tense smacked past participle smacked * [transitive] to hit someone with your flat hand or a flat object I don t believe… …   English dictionary


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