- મારવું લાકડીથીથકવી નાખેલુંwhackerમોટુંwhacks
Noun(1) the sound made by a sharp swift blow(2) the act of hitting vigorously
Verb(1) hit hard
(1) Players use their own clubs to whack at the golf ball, which swings around and lands in the net.(2) I was told I could take this whack of money or I could go back to subbing features.(3) There should still be a fair whack of private equity cash left over for young, high-growth companies - particularly those that have got past the initial investment stage.(4) We can take a firm whack at these books that warrant coverage and, together, we can ensure that this heinous backlog is, to some small degree, abated.(5) Both our Video Game Editors would take a whack at the game, but they would draw straws as to who covered what.(6) So I held the shot glass under the hot water tap and then gave it a smart whack on the counter top.(7) motorists pay a fair whack for the use of the roads through taxes(8) Steven watched them walk away until he felt a sudden sharp whack in the shin.(9) You have to have a surprised face for each one you receive or you'll get a smack in the ear or a whack on the side of your head or one with da wooden spoon on your arm.(10) As a rule of thumb you should whack at least two feet from a nine-footer, more from a longer board.(11) I'll just loosen my girdle and take a whack at it.(12) we decided to take a whack at spotting the decade's trends(13) A hefty whack when you were only earning 48 weekly.(14) I have decided to let the indomitable Mr. Bonnet take a whack at responding to your reviews this week.(15) After it was over, Gladstone noted to Aberdeen that the vote ├ö├ç├┐not only knocked us down but sent us down with such a whack , that one heard one's head thump as it struck the ground.├ö├ç├û(16) I thought you and your readers might take a whack at something that has always nagged at me.
(1) out of whack :: વેક બહાર
1. knock ::
2. belt ::
3. whang ::
4. rap ::
5. wallop ::
6. whop ::
7. wham ::
Different Formswhack, whacked, whacker, whackers, whacking, whackings, whacks
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Strong WHACK, brain injury.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 13
when they start to WHACK lawyers,
that's when I draw the line.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 9
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