to throw or pour (liquid) carelesslyThe water sloshed around the bridge.
(of a person) to splash (around) in water or mudWe sloshed through the mud together.
to throw or pour (liquid) carelessly(informal)
to deal a heavy blow to(British, slang)
She hit him hard across his left arm.
She took two steps forward and struck him across the mouth.
After punching him on the chin, she hit him over the head.
Is it true that she belted George in the stomach?
bash (informal), , ,
My mother bashed her shin with a suitcase.
swipe (informal), , ,
She walloped me over the head with a cushion.
He just thwacked me on the back of the head with a ruler.
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in the sense of bash
to strike violently or crushinglyMy mother bashed her shin with a suitcase.
slosh (British, slang),
lay one on (slang),
beat or knock seven bells out of (informal)
in the sense of belt
to give (someone) a sharp blowIs it true that she belted George in the stomach?
slosh 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
Life on the edge