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claw British & World English

A curved pointed horny nail on each digit of the foot in birds, lizards, and some mammals

bear claw British & World English

A filled pastry made from a folded circle of dough with slits cut in it

claw foot British & World English

A foot on a piece of furniture, shaped to resemble a claw

claw hammer British & World English

A hammer with one side of the head split and curved, used for extracting nails

devil's claw British & World English

A plant whose seed pods bear claw-like hooks which can harm livestock

lobster claw British & World English

A tropical American plant with brightly coloured flowers which resemble a lobster’s claw, each being composed of boat-shaped bracts

claw something back British & World English

Regain a lost advantage or position laboriously and gradually

red in tooth and claw British & World English

Involving savage or merciless conflict or competition

claw something back in claw British & World English

Regain a lost advantage or position laboriously and gradually

declaw British & World English

Remove the claws from (an animal, typically a cat)

clawback British & World English

An act of retrieving money already paid out, typically by taxation

claw feet in claw foot British & World English

A foot on a piece of furniture, shaped to resemble a claw

claw one's way in claw British & World English

Make one’s way with difficulty by hauling oneself forward with one’s hands

red in tooth and claw in red British & World English

Involving savage or merciless conflict or competition

claw something away in claw British & World English

Try desperately to move or remove something with the hands

claw English Thesaurus

a cat's claw

claw English-Spanish

zarpa feminine, garra feminine

claw back English-Spanish

recuperar

claw hammer English-Spanish

martillo masculine de orejas

claw back English-Spanish

recuperar