English version

smacker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmackersmack‧er /ˈsmækə $ -ər/ noun [countable] informal  1 PEWMONEYa pound or a dollar2 (also smackeroo /ˌsmækəˈruː/)KISS a loud kiss
Examples from the Corpus
smackerIt would bring a windfall of around 300,000 smackers to the Manor.It cost me fifty smackers.Eleven-year-old Macaulay gets his first on-screen smacker from child co-star Anna Chlumsky.One thousand smackers would come in very handy at the moment.He planted a big, wet smacker on Jill's cheek.Snogging tackle for stonking wet smackers, warm and reassuring like a comfy settee.
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