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thwack

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thwack  (thwk)
tr.v. thwacked, thwack·ing, thwacks
To strike or hit with a flat object; whack.
n.
A hard blow with a flat object; a whack.

[Imitative.]

thwack (θwæk)
vb
1. to beat, hit, or flog, esp with something flat
n
2.
a. a blow with something flat
b. the sound made by it
interj
3. an exclamation imitative of this sound
[C16: of imitative origin]
ˈthwacker n
thwack (θwæk)

v.t.
1. to strike or beat vigorously with something flat; whack.
n.
2. a sharp blow with something flat.
[1520–30; imitative]
thwack′er, n.

thwack
Past participle: thwacked
Gerund: thwacking

Imperative
thwack
thwack
Present
I thwack
you thwack
he/she/it thwacks
we thwack
you thwack
they thwack
Preterite
I thwacked
you thwacked
he/she/it thwacked
we thwacked
you thwacked
they thwacked
Present Continuous
I am thwacking
you are thwacking
he/she/it is thwacking
we are thwacking
you are thwacking
they are thwacking
Present Perfect
I have thwacked
you have thwacked
he/she/it has thwacked
we have thwacked
you have thwacked
they have thwacked
Past Continuous
I was thwacking
you were thwacking
he/she/it was thwacking
we were thwacking
you were thwacking
they were thwacking
Past Perfect
I had thwacked
you had thwacked
he/she/it had thwacked
we had thwacked
you had thwacked
they had thwacked
Future
I will thwack
you will thwack
he/she/it will thwack
we will thwack
you will thwack
they will thwack
Future Perfect
I will have thwacked
you will have thwacked
he/she/it will have thwacked
we will have thwacked
you will have thwacked
they will have thwacked
Future Continuous
I will be thwacking
you will be thwacking
he/she/it will be thwacking
we will be thwacking
you will be thwacking
they will be thwacking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been thwacking
you have been thwacking
he/she/it has been thwacking
we have been thwacking
you have been thwacking
they have been thwacking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been thwacking
you will have been thwacking
he/she/it will have been thwacking
we will have been thwacking
you will have been thwacking
they will have been thwacking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been thwacking
you had been thwacking
he/she/it had been thwacking
we had been thwacking
you had been thwacking
they had been thwacking
Conditional
I would thwack
you would thwack
he/she/it would thwack
we would thwack
you would thwack
they would thwack
Past Conditional
I would have thwacked
you would have thwacked
he/she/it would have thwacked
we would have thwacked
you would have thwacked
they would have thwacked
Thesaurus Legend:  Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Noun1.thwack - a hard blow with a flat object
blow - a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon; "a blow on the head"
Verb1.thwack - deliver a hard blow to; "The teacher smacked the student who had misbehaved"
hit - deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument; "He hit her hard in the face"

thwack
noun
smack, blow, whack, bash (informal), thump, clout (informal), swipe, wallop (informal) a sharp thwack across the arm that left fingermarks for ages
verb
smack, hit, bash (informal), thump, beat, deck (slang), chin (slang), clout (informal), flog, whack, swipe, wallop (informal), lambast(e) He just thwacked me on the back of the head with a ruler
Translations
thwack [ˈθwæk]
nchoc m
excltchac!
thwack
n (= blow)Schlag m; (= noise)Klatschen nt, → Bums m (inf)
vtschlagen; (waves) → klatschen gegen; he thwacked his cane on the tableer ließ seinen Stock auf den Tisch heruntersausen
vischlagen (against gegen); (waves, cane)klatschen
thwack [θwæk]
1. n (blow) → colpo; (noise) → schiocco
2. vtcolpire


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