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clam British & World English

A marine bivalve mollusc with shells of equal size

soft clam British & World English

another term for softshell clam.

hard clam British & World English

another term for quahog.

giant clam British & World English

A very large bivalve mollusc that occurs in the tropical Indo-Pacific

razor clam British & World English

North American term for razor shell.

steamer clam British & World English

another term for softshell clam.

softshell clam British & World English

A marine bivalve mollusc with a thin shell and a long siphon, valued as food on the east coast of North America

jackknife clam British & World English

North American term for razor shell.

hardshell clam British & World English

another term for quahog.

clam up in clam British & World English

Abruptly stop talking

Manhattan clam chowder British & World English

A chowder made with clams, vegetables, salt pork, and seasonings in a tomato-based broth

New England clam chowder British & World English

A thick chowder made with clams, onions, potatoes, salt pork, and milk or cream

clamshell British & World English

The shell of a clam, formed of two roughly equal valves with a hinge

Venus clam in Venus British & World English

A burrowing marine bivalve mollusc with clearly defined growth lines on the shell

clamdiggers British & World English

Close-fitting calf-length trousers for women

coquina clam in coquina British & World English

A small bivalve mollusc with a wedge-shaped shell which has a wide variety of colours and patterns

hardshell clam in clam British & World English

A marine bivalve mollusc with shells of equal size

softshell clam in clam British & World English

A marine bivalve mollusc with shells of equal size

clam English-Spanish

almeja f

clam up English-Spanish

ponerse* muy poco comunicativo

to shut up like a clam in clam English-Spanish

quedarse como una tumba