smacker
noun Date: 1611 1. one that smacks 2. slang dollar

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • smacker — UK [ˈsmækə(r)] / US [ˈsmækər] or smackeroo UK [ˌsmækəˈruː] / US [ˌsmækəˈru] noun [countable] Word forms smacker : singular smacker plural smackers informal 1) a loud kiss 2) [usually plural] a pound or a dollar …   English dictionary

  • smacker — money, c.1918, Amer.Eng. slang, perhaps from SMACK (Cf. smack) (v.1) on notion of something smacked into the palm of the hand. Extended form smackeroo is attested from 1940 …   Etymology dictionary

  • smacker — (also smackeroo) ► NOUN informal 1) a loud kiss. 2) Brit. one pound sterling. 3) N. Amer. one dollar …   English terms dictionary

  • smacker — [smak′ər] n. 1. a person or thing that smacks ☆ 2. [Old Slang] a dollar …   English World dictionary

  • smacker — 1. n. the face. (See also kisser.) □ What a gorgeous smacker on that chick. □ She ought to give that ugly smacker back to the horse before it runs into something. 2. n. a dollar. (Underworld.) □ You got a couple of smackers for the toll booth? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • smäcker — • bräcklig, skör, spröd, späd, smäcker, fragil • smärt, smal, slank, rank, smidig, tunn • slank, smal, smäcker, spenslig, tunn, mager …   Svensk synonymlexikon

  • smacker — Noun. 1. A loud kiss. From the noise it might make. 2. One pound sterling, although usually in the plural. E.g. She still owes me 40 smackers from last week. 3. A strong physical blow. E.g. I caught him a right smacker on his jaw …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • smacker — /smak euhr/, n. Slang. a dollar. [1915 20, Amer.; SMACK2 + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • smacker — noun a) One who smacks, especially while eating. b) kiss …   Wiktionary

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