smacker

smacker

[smak-er]
noun Slang.
a dollar.

Origin:
1915–20, Americanism; smack2 + -er1

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smacker (ˈsmækə)
 
n
1.  a loud kiss; smack
2.  a pound note or dollar bill

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smacker
"money," c.1918, Amer.Eng. slang, perhaps from smack (v.1) on notion of something "smacked" into the palm of the hand. Extended form smackeroo is attested from 1940.
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smacker definition


  1. n.
    the face. (See also kisser.) : She ought to give that ugly smacker back to the horse before it runs into something.
  2. n.
    a dollar. (Underworld.) : You got a couple of smackers for the toll booth?
  3. n.
    a kiss. : He planted a smacker square on her lips. She kicked him in the shins for his trouble.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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