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smooch

 (smo͞och) Slang
n.
A kiss.
intr.v. smooched, smooch·ing, smooch·es
To kiss.

[Alteration of English dialectal smouch, perhaps imitative of the sound of a kiss.]

smooch

(smuːtʃ)
vb (intr)
1. (of two people) to kiss and cuddle. Also (Austral and NZ): smoodge or smooge
2. (Dancing) Brit to dance very slowly and amorously with one's arms around another person, or (of two people) to dance together in such a way
n
3. the act of smooching
4. (Music, other) Brit a piece of music played for dancing to slowly and amorously
[C20: variant of dialect smouch, of imitative origin]

smooch1

(smutʃ)

v.t.

smooch2

(smutʃ)

v.i. Informal.
1. to kiss.
2. to pet; caress.
n.
3. a kiss.
[1580–90; variant of obsolete smouch to kiss, of uncertain orig.]
smooch′er, n.

smooch


Past participle: smooched
Gerund: smooching

Imperative
smooch
smooch
Present
I smooch
you smooch
he/she/it smooches
we smooch
you smooch
they smooch
Preterite
I smooched
you smooched
he/she/it smooched
we smooched
you smooched
they smooched
Present Continuous
I am smooching
you are smooching
he/she/it is smooching
we are smooching
you are smooching
they are smooching
Present Perfect
I have smooched
you have smooched
he/she/it has smooched
we have smooched
you have smooched
they have smooched
Past Continuous
I was smooching
you were smooching
he/she/it was smooching
we were smooching
you were smooching
they were smooching
Past Perfect
I had smooched
you had smooched
he/she/it had smooched
we had smooched
you had smooched
they had smooched
Future
I will smooch
you will smooch
he/she/it will smooch
we will smooch
you will smooch
they will smooch
Future Perfect
I will have smooched
you will have smooched
he/she/it will have smooched
we will have smooched
you will have smooched
they will have smooched
Future Continuous
I will be smooching
you will be smooching
he/she/it will be smooching
we will be smooching
you will be smooching
they will be smooching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been smooching
you have been smooching
he/she/it has been smooching
we have been smooching
you have been smooching
they have been smooching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been smooching
you will have been smooching
he/she/it will have been smooching
we will have been smooching
you will have been smooching
they will have been smooching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been smooching
you had been smooching
he/she/it had been smooching
we had been smooching
you had been smooching
they had been smooching
Conditional
I would smooch
you would smooch
he/she/it would smooch
we would smooch
you would smooch
they would smooch
Past Conditional
I would have smooched
you would have smooched
he/she/it would have smooched
we would have smooched
you would have smooched
they would have smooched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.smooch - an enthusiastic kisssmooch - an enthusiastic kiss      
buss, kiss, osculation - the act of caressing with the lips (or an instance thereof)
smacker - a loud kiss
Verb1.smooch - snuggle and lie in a position where one person faces the back of the others
neck, make out - kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion; "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"

smooch

noun
Slang. The act or an instance of kissing:
Informal: peck.
verb
Slang. To touch or caress with the lips, especially as a sign of passion or affection:
Informal: peck.
Translations

smooch

[smuːtʃ] VIbesuquearse

smooch

[ˈsmuːtʃ]
vi (= kiss) → se bécoter
n
to have a smooch → se bécoter

smooch

(inf)
viknutschen (inf)
nKuss m, → Bussi nt (inf); to have a smoochrumknutschen (inf)

smooch

[smuːtʃ] vi (fam) → sbaciucchiarsi, pomiciare
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