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gavel British & World English

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order

gavel-to-gavel British & World English

Lasting from beginning to end of a formal session or meeting, such as a political convention

gavel New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

auctioneer's or judge's hammer

gavel English-Spanish

mazousado por jueces, subastadores etc

he rapped his gavel for silence in rap English-Spanish

dio unos golpes con el martillo para que hicieran silencio