(verb) strike or hit very hard;“they walloped the back of his head with a stick”
(verb) heavily defeat (an opponent);“we were walloped by Milan”
(noun) a heavy blow or punch;“I gave it a wallop with my boot”
(BRITISH) alcoholic drink, especially beer;“an endless supply of free wallop”
(NORTH AMERICAN) a powerful effect;“the script packs a wallop”
Wallop (वालप) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
प्रहार,खूब मारना, ज़ोर से मारना
Middle English (as a noun denoting a horse’s gallop): from Old Northern French walop (noun), waloper (verb), perhaps from a Germanic phrase meaning ‘run well’, from the bases of well1 and leap. Compare with gallop. From ‘gallop’ the senses ‘bubbling noise of a boiling liquid’ and then ‘sound of a clumsy movement’ arose, leading to the current senses.
Wallop in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
Wallop of Jio: Vodafone to offer free national roaming from Diwali.
Kangaroos wallop Scotland in opener.
Crash! Bang! Wallop! Arvind Kejriwal and the art of staying in the news.
KL Rahul slams hundred on debut as India wallop.
Euro 2016: Wales wallop Belgium to seal semifinal spot.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of wallop
wallop = wall + up , wallop padte hi wall ke upar chad gaya