Q: Slam とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "slam" means to hit something with force, but here they're using it to refer to eating a large amount of apples quickly/without resting.

This isn't a normal or common usage of the word. They're using it for dramatic effect.
Q: Slam とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Slam the door = close the door angrily, making a loud noise
Q: Slam とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To hit something really hard. It is a transative verb, so you usually use it with a preposition like "on, into, against, in, onto" etc and a direct object.

"The two cars slammed into each other."

"Don't slam your hand on the table."

We dont use slam when describing that we hit another living thing. It's usually inanimate objects.

Sometimes parties or big events are called "slams" as well.

Example: "Summer Slam"


Q: Slam を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Thank you more 👍
Q: Slam を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: SLAM! She shut the door in my face.

I went to slam my cup on the table.

She slammed the car door on my fingers.
Q: Slam を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: Slam と Criticize はどう違いますか?
A: "Slam" is commonly used to mean "criticize." But if I were going to use it in that way, I would mention what the criticism is. For example, "Why are you slamming me for making a mistake?"

Be careful because "slam" has other slang meanings, including "to hit." So if you said something like "He is slamming her," it could be confusing in some situations.


Q: What does
"Slam Dunk"

Trump Team Predicts Slam Dunk Acquittal In Senate Impeachment Trial
A: The term slam dunk comes from basketball, and describes the following scoring move:

Figuratively, it's used to refer to an "easy win".
Q: Slam the door open
Slam the door shut

The first phrase makes sense?
A: No the first sentence does not make sense. When you slam something, you make a noise. If you do not make a noise, it is not slamming. So you can't slam the door open. And because you can only slam a door when you close it, it is redundant to say, "Slam the door shut" or "Don't slam the door shut", but rather just "Don't slam the door", without the "shut".