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spank

 (spăngk)
v. spanked, spank·ing, spanks
v.tr.
To slap on the buttocks with a flat object or with the open hand, as for punishment.
v.intr.
To move briskly or spiritedly.
n.
A slap on the buttocks.

[Perhaps of imitative origin.]

spank

(spæŋk)
vb
(tr) to slap or smack with the open hand, esp on the buttocks
n
a slap or series of slaps with the flat of the hand
[C18: probably of imitative origin]

spank

(spæŋk)
vb
(intr) to go at a quick and lively pace
[C19: back formation from spanking]

spank1

(spæŋk)

v.t.
1. to strike with the open hand, a slipper, etc., esp. on the buttocks, as in punishment.
n.
2. a blow given in spanking; slap.
[1720–30; imitative]

spank2

(spæŋk)

v.i.
to move rapidly, smartly, or briskly.
[1800–10; back formation from spanking]

spank


Past participle: spanked
Gerund: spanking

Imperative
spank
spank
Present
I spank
you spank
he/she/it spanks
we spank
you spank
they spank
Preterite
I spanked
you spanked
he/she/it spanked
we spanked
you spanked
they spanked
Present Continuous
I am spanking
you are spanking
he/she/it is spanking
we are spanking
you are spanking
they are spanking
Present Perfect
I have spanked
you have spanked
he/she/it has spanked
we have spanked
you have spanked
they have spanked
Past Continuous
I was spanking
you were spanking
he/she/it was spanking
we were spanking
you were spanking
they were spanking
Past Perfect
I had spanked
you had spanked
he/she/it had spanked
we had spanked
you had spanked
they had spanked
Future
I will spank
you will spank
he/she/it will spank
we will spank
you will spank
they will spank
Future Perfect
I will have spanked
you will have spanked
he/she/it will have spanked
we will have spanked
you will have spanked
they will have spanked
Future Continuous
I will be spanking
you will be spanking
he/she/it will be spanking
we will be spanking
you will be spanking
they will be spanking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been spanking
you have been spanking
he/she/it has been spanking
we have been spanking
you have been spanking
they have been spanking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been spanking
you will have been spanking
he/she/it will have been spanking
we will have been spanking
you will have been spanking
they will have been spanking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been spanking
you had been spanking
he/she/it had been spanking
we had been spanking
you had been spanking
they had been spanking
Conditional
I would spank
you would spank
he/she/it would spank
we would spank
you would spank
they would spank
Past Conditional
I would have spanked
you would have spanked
he/she/it would have spanked
we would have spanked
you would have spanked
they would have spanked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spank - a slap with the flat of the handspank - a slap with the flat of the hand  
smacking, slap, smack - the act of smacking something; a blow delivered with an open hand
Verb1.spank - give a spanking tospank - give a spanking to; subject to a spanking
beat up, work over, beat - give a beating to; subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression; "Thugs beat him up when he walked down the street late at night"; "The teacher used to beat the students"

spank

verb smack, slap, whack, belt (informal), tan (slang), slipper (informal), cuff, wallop (informal), give (someone) a hiding (informal), put (someone) over your knee She saw him spank the girl several times.

spank

verb
To hit with a quick, sharp blow of the hand:
Informal: clip, spat.
noun
A quick, sharp blow, especially with the hand:
Informal: clip, spat.
Translations
ضَرْبَة على الكَفَّيْنيَضْرِبُ عَلَى الْكُفْليَضْرِب على كَفَّيْه
naplácatplácatplácnutí
smækkefå smæksmæk
pugfrapadi
antaa selkäsauna
tući rukom po stražnjici
ütés
flengingflengja
ひっぱたく
찰싹 때리다
iepļaukātpļaukapļaukāt
plieskaťvyplieskať
ge smisk
ตีก้นเพื่อลงโทษ
kıçına şaplak vurmakşaplak atmaktokattokatlamak
phát vào người

spank

[spæŋk]
A. Nazote m, manotazo m (en las nalgas)
to give sb a spankdar un azote a algn (en las nalgas)
B. VTzurrar
C. VI (o.f.) to be or go spanking alongcorrer, ir volando

spank

[ˈspæŋk] vtdonner une fessée à

spank

nKlaps m; to give somebody a spankjdm einen Klaps geben; (= spanking)jdm den Hintern versohlen
vtversohlen; to spank somebody’s bottomjdm den Hintern versohlen
vi to spank alongdahinjagen, dahinrasen

spank

[spæŋk] vtsculacciare

spank

(spӕŋk) verb
to strike or slap with the flat of the hand, especially on the buttocks, usually as a punishment. The child was spanked for his disobedience.
noun
a slap of this kind.

spank

يَضْرِبُ عَلَى الْكُفْل naplácat smække verhauen ξυλοφορτώνω dar una nalgada, golpear antaa selkäsauna fesser tući rukom po stražnjici sculacciare ひっぱたく 찰싹 때리다 voor de broek geven rise dać klapsa bater com a palma, dar uma palmada шлепать ge smisk ตีก้นเพื่อลงโทษ şaplak atmak phát vào người 打屁股
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