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Oz term for Japanese
Most of the Eastern seaboard has been bought up by slaps.
od uživatele sideways 11. Květen 2004
 
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Used in substitution to almost every verb. Similar to "smurf" in the popular cartoon. See also: "pop"
Did you slap the game yesterday?
I slapped her an email, but she didn't reply.
After some foreplay, we started slapping.
Slap this, shit man, it's good shit.
I'm thinking of slapping it, but it's quite pricey.
od uživatele Nicola 12. Listopad 2003
 
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to get some slap, dick, pussy, ass, head, cut, booty etc.
Im out man..Im bout to meet this snow turkey, and get some slap.
od uživatele J.E.WfromI.F.C 12. Září 2006
 
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sorry, bad, horrible, no skills
Mane, dat dude some slap in basketball.
od uživatele Jazzy Jaz 25. Červenec 2006
 
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Acronym used mostly in chatting (but can also be said aloud) that means "sounds like a plan".
AIM Person 1 >> All right, I'm going to take a shower, lube up, grab my handcuffs, and I'll be right over.
AIM Person 2 >> SLAP.
od uživatele TwixT 17. Květen 2005
 
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Something that is long and floppy.
French fries are known as slap chips in South Africa.
od uživatele The1 14. Únor 2005
 
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(music) A bass guitar technique of hitting a string hard with the side of the thumb knuckle, producing a loud but brief snapping sound. Slapping is usually combined with popping, the act of pulling a string outward with the finger tip and letting it snap back. Invented by Larry Graham (Sly and the Family Stone, Graham Central Station).

Slap & pop bass sounds are very characteristic of disco and funk music, though around 1990 it got very popular again when bands like Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Primus, Infectious Grooves, and Faith No More hit the hard rock radio stations and Mtv.
Jazz players on upright bass (aka double bass) have a technique called "slapping", but it's a completely different technique that involves literally slapping the strings.
od uživatele Bill M. 27. Srpen 2004