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clap1 British & World English

Strike the palms of (one’s hands) together repeatedly, typically in order to applaud someone or something

clap2 British & World English

A venereal disease, especially gonorrhoea

golf clap British & World English

A round of deliberately quiet applause, considered appropriate during a golf tournament but often uncomplimentary in other venues

clap hold of British & World English

Grab someone or something roughly or abruptly

clap something on British & World English

Abruptly impose a restrictive or punitive measure

clap someone in jail British & World English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

clap something on in clap1 British & World English

Abruptly impose a restrictive or punitive measure

clap hold of in clap1 British & World English

Grab someone or something roughly or abruptly

clap someone in jail in clap1 British & World English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

claptrap British & World English

Absurd or nonsensical talk or ideas

handclap British & World English

A clap of the hands

thunderclap British & World English

A crash of thunder

clap someone in jail or irons in clap1 British & World English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

clap English Thesaurus

the crowd clapped and cheered

clap English-Spanish

aplauso masculine

clap on English-Spanish

asegurar, sujetar

clap on English-Spanish

asegurar, sujetar

clap/lay/set eyes on in eye English Thesaurus

I have never clapped eyes on him before

to clap one's cap on in clap English-Spanish

encasquetarse la gorra

to clap one's hands to the music in clap English-Spanish

dar* palmadas al compás de la música

to clap in time to the music in time English-Spanish

batir palmas al compás de la música