backslapping

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back·slap

 (băk′slăp′)
v. back·slapped, back·slap·ping, back·slaps
v.intr.
To demonstrate effusive goodwill.
v.tr.
To demonstrate effusive goodwill toward (another or others).

back′slap′per n.
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back•slap•ping

(ˈbækˌslæp ɪŋ)

n.
the practice of making an effusive display of friendliness, as by slapping people on the back.
[1770–80]
back′slap`, v.t., v.i. -slapped, -slap•ping.
back′slap`per, n.
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Translations

backslapping

[ˈbækˌslæpɪŋ] Nespaldarazos mpl
mutual backslappingbombo m mutuo
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backslapping

[ˈbækˌslæpɪŋ] n (fam) → scambio di pacche sulle spalle
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