On June 5, 2013, Thor Batista was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and slapped with a $450,000 fine.
Puck was lying loose ten feet from the net and I just slapped it in.
Later in production, he reportedly got her drunk and slapped her until she was crying hysterically enough to nail a scene.
late 15c., "strike with the open hand," from slap (n.). As an adverb, 1670s, "suddenly;" 1829, "directly." Related: Slapped; slapping.
mid-15c., probably of imitative origin, similar to Low German slappe, German Schlappe. Figurative meaning "insult, reprimand" is attested from 1736. Slap-happy (1936) originally meant "punch-drunk." Slap on the wrist "very mild punishment" dates from 1914.
The vocabulary of slang; language employing much slang
[1879+; blend of slang and language]