сильный удар; звук удара; причитающаяся доля;
колотить; ударять; делить; делиться
- "Whack the taters off un, Fred go on give un a basting"
- High-spending Spaniards pay a lot of VAT, so Spain pays a large whack to Brussels.
- "Shurrup!" his mother said, giving his behind a whack.
- Whack, whack, whack, she used to go and clouds of dust would fly all about.
- His first-class debut was for the Minor Counties against Oxford University in 1939, but it was not until 1947 that he first played for Surrey, as an aggressive fast-medium bowler, who also liked to give the ball a good whack when batting.
- The angry owner then proceeds to whack the dog, thus reinforcing the idea that if the dog comes back, he receives a whack, which is totally opposite to what the owner is trying to achieve.
- The commission would act as secretary, rich Arab countries would pay the biggest whack.
- And there is a point of view from which Ronald Fraser might be seen as a man of Marxist leanings who paid a professional adviser what may have been a fair whack of a working man's wages to enquire with him into the deficiencies of his affective life.
- If you decide to whack, you must always finish up being the dominant one - do not hit and run.
- Reward is often denied by people who train by correction only: the dog is commanded to sit and, if he does not respond, he receives a whack and is pushed into position.
- The first deserves a whack, the second does not.