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wal·lop

 (wŏl′əp) Informal
v. wal·loped, wal·lop·ing, wal·lops
v.tr.
1. To beat forcefully; thrash.
2. To strike with a hard blow: walloped the ball into the outfield.
3. To defeat thoroughly.
4. To affect harshly or severely: was walloped with a large fine.
v.intr.
To move in a heavy or clumsy manner.
n.
1. A hard or severe blow.
2.
a. A powerful force: has a punch that delivers a wallop.
b. A powerful effect: "Therein lies the novel's emotional wallop and moral message" (George F. Will).

[Middle English walopen, to gallop, from Old North French *waloper; see wel-1 in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

wal′lop·er n.

wallop

(ˈwɒləp)
vb, -lops, -loping or -loped
1. (tr) informal to beat soundly; strike hard
2. (tr) informal to defeat utterly
3. (intr) dialect to move in a clumsy manner
4. (intr) (of liquids) to boil violently
n
5. informal a hard blow
6. (Boxing) informal the ability to hit powerfully, as of a boxer
7. informal a forceful impression
8. (Brewing) Brit a slang word for beer
vb, n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) an obsolete word for gallop
[C14: from Old Northern French waloper to gallop, from Old French galoper, of unknown origin]

wal•lop

(ˈwɒl əp)

v. -loped, -lop•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to beat soundly; thrash.
2. to strike with a vigorous blow; belt; sock: to wallop the ball out of the park.
3. to defeat thoroughly, as in a game.
v.i.
4. to move clumsily.
5. (of a liquid) to boil violently.
6. Obs. to gallop.
n.
7. a vigorous blow.
8. the ability to deliver vigorous blows, as in boxing.
9. Informal.
a. the ability to make a forceful impression; punch: an ad that packs a wallop.
b. a pleasurable thrill; kick.
[1300–50; Middle English walopen to gallop, wal(l)op gallop < Anglo-French waloper (v.), walop (n.), Old French galoper, galop; see gallop]
wal′lop•er, n.

wallop


Past participle: walloped
Gerund: walloping

Imperative
wallop
wallop
Present
I wallop
you wallop
he/she/it wallops
we wallop
you wallop
they wallop
Preterite
I walloped
you walloped
he/she/it walloped
we walloped
you walloped
they walloped
Present Continuous
I am walloping
you are walloping
he/she/it is walloping
we are walloping
you are walloping
they are walloping
Present Perfect
I have walloped
you have walloped
he/she/it has walloped
we have walloped
you have walloped
they have walloped
Past Continuous
I was walloping
you were walloping
he/she/it was walloping
we were walloping
you were walloping
they were walloping
Past Perfect
I had walloped
you had walloped
he/she/it had walloped
we had walloped
you had walloped
they had walloped
Future
I will wallop
you will wallop
he/she/it will wallop
we will wallop
you will wallop
they will wallop
Future Perfect
I will have walloped
you will have walloped
he/she/it will have walloped
we will have walloped
you will have walloped
they will have walloped
Future Continuous
I will be walloping
you will be walloping
he/she/it will be walloping
we will be walloping
you will be walloping
they will be walloping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been walloping
you have been walloping
he/she/it has been walloping
we have been walloping
you have been walloping
they have been walloping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been walloping
you will have been walloping
he/she/it will have been walloping
we will have been walloping
you will have been walloping
they will have been walloping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been walloping
you had been walloping
he/she/it had been walloping
we had been walloping
you had been walloping
they had been walloping
Conditional
I would wallop
you would wallop
he/she/it would wallop
we would wallop
you would wallop
they would wallop
Past Conditional
I would have walloped
you would have walloped
he/she/it would have walloped
we would have walloped
you would have walloped
they would have walloped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wallop - a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
consequence, effect, result, upshot, outcome, event, issue - a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event"
2.wallop - a severe blowwallop - a severe blow        
blow - a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon; "a blow on the head"
Verb1.wallop - hit hardwallop - hit hard; "The teacher whacked the boy"
hit - deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument; "He hit her hard in the face"
2.wallop - defeat soundly and utterly; "We'll wallop them!"
defeat, get the better of, overcome - win a victory over; "You must overcome all difficulties"; "defeat your enemies"; "He overcame his shyness"; "He overcame his infirmity"; "Her anger got the better of her and she blew up"

wallop

verb
1. hit, beat, strike, knock, belt (informal), deck (slang), bang, batter, bash (informal), pound, chin (slang), smack, thrash, thump, paste (slang), buffet, clout (informal), slug, whack, swipe, clobber (slang), pummel, tonk (slang), lambast(e), lay one on (slang) Once she walloped me over the head with a frying pan.
2. beat, defeat, slaughter, thrash, best, stuff (slang), worst, tank, hammer (informal), crush, overwhelm, lick (informal), paste (slang), rout, walk over (informal), trounce, clobber (slang), vanquish, run rings around (informal), wipe the floor with (informal), make mincemeat of, blow out of the water (slang), drub, beat hollow (Brit. informal), defeat heavily or utterly England were walloped by Brazil in the finals.
noun
1. blow, strike, punch, thump, belt (informal), bash, sock (slang), smack, clout (informal), slug, whack, swipe, thwack, haymaker (slang) With one brutal wallop, Clarke sent him flying.

wallop

verb
1. Informal. To deliver a powerful blow to suddenly and sharply:
Informal: biff, bop, clip.
Slang: belt, conk, paste.
Idioms: let someone have it, sock it to someone.
2. Informal. To render totally ineffective by decisive defeat:
Informal: massacre.
noun
1. Informal. A sudden sharp, powerful stroke:
Informal: bash, biff, bop, clip.
Slang: belt, conk, paste.
2. Informal. The capacity to create a powerful effect:
Informal: punch.
3. Informal. A stimulating or intoxicating effect:
Informal: punch, sting.
Slang: kick.
4. Informal. A strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation:
Slang: bang, boot, high, kick.
Translations
ضَرْبَةٌ شَديدَهيَضْرُب بِشِدَّه
hårdt slag
súlyos ütés
kraftmikiî höggslá òungt högg
išlupti kailį
belziensbelzttrieciens ar dūritriekt ar dūri
bir temiz dövmekdövmeiyice pataklamakpataklama

wallop

[ˈwɒləp]
A. N
1. (= blow) → golpe m fuerte, golpazo m
wallop! (= sound) → ¡zas!
to give sb a walloppegar fuerte a algn
it packs a wallopes muy fuerte, tiene mucho efecto
2. (Brit) (= beer) → cerveza f
B. VT (= strike) → golpear fuertemente; (= punish) → dar una paliza a, zurrar

wallop

[ˈwɒləp] (British)
vt [+ person] → taper sur, cogner ; [+ ball, object] → frapper un grand coup dans
ngnon m

wallop

n
(inf: = blow) → Schlag m; he fell flat on his face with a wallopmit einem Plumps fiel er auf die Nase (inf); to give somebody/something a wallopjdm/einer Sache einen Schlag versetzen
at a fair old wallop (dated inf)mit Karacho (inf)
(Brit, inf, = beer) → Bölkstoff m (sl)
vt (esp Brit inf) (= hit)schlagen; (= punish)verdreschen (inf), → versohlen (inf); (= defeat)fertigmachen (inf); to wallop somebody one/over the headjdm eins reinhauen (inf)/eins überziehen

wallop

[ˈwɒləp] (fam)
1. n (blow) → cazzotto; (sound) with a wallopcon un tonfo
2. vt (fam) (person) → suonarle a
to wallop the table → battere il pugno sul tavolo

wallop

(ˈwoləp) verb
to strike (something or someone) hard. He walloped the desk with his fist; I'll wallop you if you do that again!
noun
a heavy or powerful blow. He gave John a wallop right on the chin.
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