slap-bang


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slap-bang

adv
1. in a violent, sudden, or noisy manner. US equivalent: slam-bang
2. directly or immediately: slap-bang in the middle.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.slap-bang - directly or immediately; "it hit slap-bang in the middle"
2.slap-bang - in a violent or sudden or noisy manner; "the pans fell slam-bang and woke the whole house"
Translations

slap-bang

[ˈslæpˈbæŋ] ADV (Brit) → justo, exactamente

slap-bang

[ˌslæpˈbæŋ] adv (esp Brit) (fam) he ran slap-bang into the doorha preso in pieno la porta
References in periodicals archive ?
Conveniently for the driver - but not hospital staff or the general public - this 'spot' was slap-bang in front of the main entrance.
We're fortunate in Coventry that we're slap-bang in the middle of the country and there aren't that many long trips but this is a midday kick-off and therefore it's the correct thing to do.
WHERE AND WHY Slap-bang in the middle of historic Grassmarket, this longestablished hotel has been given a new lease of life.
If agreed, we will see a large-scale windfarm being developed slap-bang in the heart of the Flows in an area surrounded by designated peatlands and populated by protected species.
It just happens to stand slap-bang in the middle of a housing estate.
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THE Grand National always falls slap-bang in the middle of the US Masters and whatever I back in the Grand National always falls slap-bang in the middle of the race.
As you walk away from the castle through the wood, you come across a huge window several stories high, slap-bang in the middle of the path.
Brum's beach, being created by the council with the backing of airline bmibaby, will be slap-bang in the city centre, surrounded by shops and offices.
But the telling sign that the caller wasn't local to Wales came not from the accent, but the timing of the call - slap-bang in the middle of Wales' first game of the Six Nations, against Ireland last Sunday.
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