Synonyms of whack in English:

whack


See definition of whack

verb

1‘his attacker whacked him on the head’

SYNONYMS
hit, beat, strike, punch, knock, rap, smack, slap, thump, thwack, crack, cudgel, thrash, bang, drub, welt, cuff, buffet, pummel, box someone's ears
informal bash, clobber, clout, clip, wallop, belt, tan, biff, bop, lay into, pitch into, lace into, let someone have it, knock into the middle of next week, sock, lam, whomp
British informal stick one on, slosh
North American informal boff, bust, slug, light into, whale
Australian, New Zealand informal dong, quilt
literary smite, swinge

noun

1‘one of his mates got a whack with a stick’

SYNONYMS
blow, hit, punch, thump, thwack, crack, smack, slap, bang, welt, cuff, box
informal bash, clobber, clout, clip, wallop, belt, biff, bop, sock, lam, whomp
British informal slosh
North American informal boff, bust, slug, whale
Australian, New Zealand informal dong
dated buffet

2‘everyone will get their whack’

SYNONYMS
share, quota, portion, slice, part, allocation, ration, allowance, allotment, amount, quantity, bit, piece, percentage, proportion, section, segment, division, fraction, measure, due
informal cut, piece of the cake, slice of the cake, piece of the action, rake-off
British informal divvy
rare apportionment, quantum, moiety