Simple past tense and past participle of slap.(verb)
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Use "slapped" in a sentence
"As I sat there watching Mayor Bloomberg sign the bill renaming the Queensboro bridge after his predecessor, I suspected he was thinking, "Thank god I don't have to hold my breath for some politician to name something after me; if I want something with my name slapped across it I'll build it myself.""
"Slapped cheek syndrome, also known as fifth disease, is a viral infection that leads to a mild illness with flu-like symptoms, plus a reddening of the cheeks which fades and comes back again, hence the name "slapped cheek"."
"Finally, Navarro must rid herself of the label slapped on her by both Don Praisner and Ben Kramer: a servant of "special interests.""