Smaak
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Smaak

English

Etymology

Afrikaans

Verb

smaak (third-person singular simple present smaaks, present participle smaaking, simple past and past participle smaaked)

  1. (transitive, South Africa, slang) To like; to be attracted to.
    • 2005, Al Lovejoy, Acid Alex:
      He said the best thing that ever happened to him there was one time when he managed to fuck a chick he smaaked through the bars one night.
    • 2005, David Evans, A Touch of the Sun:
      'I thought he was quite good-looking for a Tottie,' Carol said. 'I smaaked that scar - like a pirate.'

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Dutch

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /sma:k/
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -a:k

Etymology 1

From Middle Dutch sm?ke, from Old Dutch smak.

Noun

smaak m (plural smaken, diminutive smaakje n)

  1. taste, sense of taste
  2. taste, decorum
    de goede smaak - good taste
See also

Etymology 2

See the etymology of the main entry.

Verb

smaak

  1. first-person singular present indicative of smaken
  2. imperative of smaken

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