Definition of click-clack in English:

click-clack

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noun

A repeated clicking sound as of shoe heels on a hard surface.
More example sentences
  • She was quite photogenic and looked like a neighbor who, when she walked, would make a click-clack sound with the heel of her shoes.
  • ‘Okay, girls,’ I heard the click-clack of Marissa's shoes as she walked steadily over to us, holding the plastic bags, which contained our tour outfits.
  • As the familiar click-clack of her shoes hit his ears, Alex looked up to his mother and shovelled a folded fried egg into his mouth.

verb

[no object, with adverbial of direction] Back to top  
Move with a click-clack sound: a woman in high heels click-clacked past
More example sentences
  • And he barked once and jumped down, his feet click-clacking on the floorboards, into the kitchen where he joyously slurped and slobbered, getting his muzzle soaking wet.
  • Looms click-clacked and we breathed the fat, warm, smell of wool.
  • A new herd of wildebeests click-clacked into the palace surround.

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