Definición de clipper en inglés:

clipper

Saltos de línea: clip|per
Pronunciación: /ˈklɪpə
 
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sustantivo

1 (also clippers) An instrument for cutting or trimming small pieces off things: a set of hair clippers
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  • The only time he looked forward was to peer over his hedge clippers into the kitchen window where Mahulda drank her peaberry coffee.
  • She said a majority of the seized goods include open liquor, scissors, nail files, clippers, pen knives and other pointy objects.
  • Other items confiscated prior to boarding include scissors, nail files, clippers and pen knives.
2 (also clipper ship) A fast sailing ship, especially one of 19th-century design with concave bows and raked masts: the Cutty Sark, a tea clipper built in 1869
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  • Star Clipper and her near-identical sister ship are fantastic square-rigged clippers.
  • Strictly speaking, the new Amistad is a reproduction or a recreation of the original, a Baltimore clipper built in Cuba around 1835 to carry general cargo.
  • Indeed I found a reference to the East India Company clipper Union landing on the island in 1609.
3 Electronics another term for limiter.
3.1 (also clipper chip) A microchip which inserts an identifying code into encrypted transmissions that allows them to be deciphered by a third party having access to a Government-held key.
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  • There were contentious debates over the clipper chip, online wire tapping, and encryption.
  • It's a government conspiracy - they're installing clipper chips in the new ones.

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