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  1. slam

    • IPA[slam]

    英式

    • v.
      shut (a door, window, or lid) forcefully and loudly;be closed forcefully and loudly
    • n.
      a loud bang caused by the forceful shutting of something such as a door;prison
    • noun: slam, plural noun: slams

    • verb: slam, 3rd person present: slams, gerund or present participle: slamming, past tense: slammed, past participle: slammed

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    • 1. a loud bang caused by the forceful shutting of something such as a door the door closed with a slam
    • 2. North American informal prison if he challenged the judge, he was definitely going to the slam
    • 3. US a poetry contest in which competitors recite their entries and are judged by members of the audience, the winner being elected after several elimination rounds a poetry slam slams will be spreading out to suburban poetry clubs
    • 4. a grand slam (all thirteen tricks) or small slam (twelve tricks), for which bonus points are scored if bid and made.
    • (especially in tennis) any of the individual championships that together comprise a Grand Slam a stellar 12 months saw her win two slams and two Olympic gold medals, and retain the number one ranking
    • n.
      an insulting and critical attack: the movie got quite a slamming from the entertainment media
    • adj.
      extremely good; excellent: he gave me a slamming deal

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an insulting and critical attack: the film got quite a slamming from the entertainment media
    • adj.
      extremely good; excellent: he gave me a slamming deal

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a home run hit when each of the three bases is occupied by a runner, thus scoring four runs: he hits a grand slam to win the game

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a set of major championships or matches in a particular sport in the same year, in particular ... the tennis Grand Slam consists of the four most difficult major tournaments on the international circuit

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a shot in which a player thrusts the ball down through the basket: they won on a slam dunk with two seconds remaining a slam-dunk competition
    • v.
      thrust (the ball) down through the basket: I do know that when they slam-dunk the ball we celebrate he could slam-dunk like a bandit!

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a shot in which a player thrusts the ball forcefully down through the basket: they won on a slam dunk with two seconds remaining a slam-dunk competition
    • v.
      thrust (the ball) forcefully down through the basket: I do know that when they slam-dunk the ball we celebrate he could slam-dunk like a bandit!

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      exciting and energetic: a slam-bang action cartoon
    • adv.
      suddenly and forcefully or violently: I walked slam-bang into this character

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      exciting and energetic: a slam-bang action cartoon
    • adv.
      suddenly and forcefully or violently: I walked slam-bang into this character

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[slam]

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    • v.
      shut (a door, window, or lid) forcefully and loudly: he slams the door behind him as he leaves
    • n.
      a loud bang caused by the forceful shutting of something such as a door: the back door closed with a slam

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