strike quickly with the flat part of the hand
force into silence or inactivity, especially rudely or unfairly, because of disapproval, annoyance, etc.
blow with the palm of the hand or sth flat
"he ran bang into the pole"
"ran slap into her"
"The impatient teacher slapped the student"
"a gunshot slapped him on the forehead"
He pushed his way through the tangled twigs with many a slap in the eye.
He heard the dry slap of her feet behind him.
出自： P. Marshall
Martha gave him a playful slap on the hand.
出自： P. Ackroyd
Her palm itched to slap the smug sallow face.
出自： A. Seton
He would slap me on the back and shout, 'We'll sell it by the million!'
出自： R. Dahl
The men started shaking with laughter, slapping their knees.
出自： D. Profumo
He..ran slap into a rozzer.
出自： M. Dickens
The bottle was slap in the middle of the table.
出自： R. H. Morrieson
Rain slapped at the window.
He slapped at the fly with a folded newspaper.