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Definition of schmack

schmack

  • To hit someone. smack.
    I'm gonna Schmack you!

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Becca D. from Gunnison, CO, USA on Oct 16 1997.

  • word of surprise or used in place of smack.
    Schmack, I lost my pencil!
    Shut up or I'll schmack you!

    Last edited on May 28 1998. Submitted by Rissie from PA, USA on May 28 1998.

  • smack.
    Are you talkin' schmack?

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Donna from Phoenix, AZ, USA on Feb 02 1999.

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