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clamshell

División en sílabas: clam·shell
Pronunciación: /ˈklamˌSHel
 
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Definición de clamshell en inglés:

sustantivo

1The shell of a clam, formed of two roughly equal valves with a hinge.
Example sentences
  • Glue the larger shells, such as these clamshells, to the inner and outer edges of the frame.
  • She is making beautiful buildings out of sustainable materials - recycled bottles, clamshells, and mud.
  • They were smaller than the clamshells protruding from the mud.
1.1A thing with hinged parts that open and shut in a manner resembling the parts of a clamshell, such as a kind of mechanical digger, a portable computer, or a box for takeout food: some clamshells offer full desktop power [as modifier]: a clamshell lid
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The handset opens like a standard clamshell phone to reveal a 2.8in 240 x 320 touch-sensitive screen.
  • The computer continues to use a clamshell design that opens after you push buttons on the top and bottom of the case.
  • The clamshell device opens to reveal a QWERTY keyboard and 16-bit colour display.

Words that rhyme with clamshell

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