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 for slam
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Slam \Slam\, v. i.
     To come or swing against something, or to shut, with sudden
     force so as to produce a shock and noise; as, a door or
     shutter slams.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Slam \Slam\, n.
     1. The act of one who, or that which, slams.
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     2. The shock and noise produced in slamming.
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              The slam and the scowl were lost upon Sam.
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     3. (Card Playing) Winning all the tricks of a deal (called,
        in bridge,
     grand slam, the winning of all but one of the thirteen
        tricks being called a
     little slam or
     small slam).
        [Webster 1913 Suppl.]
     4. The refuse of alum works. [Prov. Eng.]
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Slam \Slam\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Slammed; p. pr. & vb. n.
     Slamming.] [Of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. slamra, slambra,
     sl?ma, Norw. slemba, slemma, dial. Sw. sl[aum]mma.]
     1. To shut with force and a loud noise; to bang; as, he
        slammed the door.
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     2. To put in or on some place with force and loud noise; --
        usually with down; as, to slam a trunk down on the
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     3. To strike with some implement with force; hence, to beat
        or cuff. [Prov. Eng.]
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     4. To strike down; to slaughter. [Prov. Eng.]
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     5. To defeat (opponents at cards) by winning all the tricks
        of a deal or a hand. --Hoyle.
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     To slam to, to shut or close with a slam. "He slammed to
        the door." --W. D. Howells.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      n 1: winning all or all but one of the tricks in bridge [syn:
           slam, sweep]
      2: the noise made by the forceful impact of two objects
      3: a forceful impact that makes a loud noise
      4: an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and
         intended to have a telling effect; "his parting shot was
         `drop dead'"; "she threw shafts of sarcasm"; "she takes a dig
         at me every chance she gets" [syn: shot, shaft, slam,
         dig, barb, jibe, gibe]
      v 1: close violently; "He slammed the door shut" [syn: slam,
      2: strike violently; "slam the ball" [syn: slam, bang]
      3: dance the slam dance [syn: slam dance, slam, mosh,
      4: throw violently; "He slammed the book on the table" [syn:
         slam, flap down]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  278 Moby Thesaurus words for "slam":
     Parthian shot, adverse criticism, altogether, animadversion,
     aspersion, attack, back answer, bad notices, bad press, bang,
     bang into, bar, barrack, barricade, bash, bastinado, bat, batten,
     batten down, batter, beat, beating, belt, biff, blast, blow, bolt,
     bonk, boom, bump, bump into, burst, bust, button, button up,
     cannon, captiousness, carom, carom into, carping, castigate,
     caustic remark, cavil, caviling, censoriousness, chaff, choke,
     choke off, chop, clap, clash, clear, clip, clobber, close,
     close up, clout, clump, coldcock, collide, come into collision,
     comeback, completely, concuss, confront each other, constrict,
     contain, contract, cover, crack, crack up, crash, crash into,
     criticism, criticize, crump, crunch, cudgel, cut, cut at,
     cutting remark, dash, dash into, deal, deal a blow, deck,
     denigrate, denounce, dig, dig at, ding, dint, disparage, drub,
     drubbing, drumming, dump, dump on, encounter, entirely, exception,
     fall foul of, fasten, faultfinding, fetch, fetch a blow, flak,
     flap, flay, fleer, fling, flop, flout, fold, fold up, foolery,
     foul, fully, fusillade, gibe, gibing retort, goal, grand slam,
     hairsplitting, hammer, hit, hit a clip, hit against, hole,
     hole in one, home run, home thrust, homer, hostile criticism, hurt,
     hurtle, hypercriticalness, hypercriticism, impinge, imputation,
     jab, jab at, jape, jeer, jest, key, knock, knock against,
     knock cold, knock down, knock out, latch, leg-pull, let have it,
     lick, lock, lock out, lock up, mace, meet, mock, nagging, niggle,
     niggling, nit, nit-picking, obloquy, occlude, overcriticalness,
     padlock, pan, parting shot, paste, pelt, percuss, pestering,
     pettifogging, pillory, plumb, plunk, poke, pooh, pooh-pooh,
     potshot, pounce on, pounce upon, pound, priggishness, punch,
     put down, put-down, put-on, quibble, quibbling, quip, quite,
     rail at, rally, ram, rank out, rap, reflection, report,
     reproachfulness, revile, right, rude reproach, run down, run into,
     scathe, scoff, score, scourge, scout, scurrility, seal, seal off,
     seal up, secure, shoot down, short answer, shut, shut the door,
     shut up, sideswipe, slam into, slap, slap at, slash, slat, slate,
     slog, slug, slur, smack, smack into, smash, smash into, smash up,
     smite, snap, sneer, sneer at, snipe at, soak, sock, splat,
     squeeze shut, strangle, stricture, strike, strike against,
     strike at, stroke, swap, swat, swing, swipe, taking exception, tap,
     tattoo, taunt, thump, thwack, touchdown, trichoschistism, twit,
     verbal thrust, vilify, wallop, whack, wham, whap, whomp, whop,
     yerk, zip up, zipper

From V.E.R.A. -- Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms (February 2016) :

         Simulation Language for Alternative Modeling

From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018) :

     1.  Simulation Language for Alternative
     2. A continuous simulation language.
     ["SLAM - A New Continuous Simulation Language",
     N.A. Wallington et al, in SCS Simulation Council Proc Series:
     Toward Real-Time Simulation (Languages, Models and Systems),
     R.E. Crosbie et al eds, 6(1):85-89 (Dec 1976)].

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