There are 2 translations of clap in Spanish:

clap1

Pronunciation: /klæp/

n

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In Santiago, Chile, there are almost a dozen newspapers. The most important dailies are El Mercurio (www.elmercurio.cl), founded in 1900, La Nación, and La Tercera (www.tercera.cl).

There are 2 translations of clap in Spanish:

clap2

(-pp-)

vt

  • 1 1.1 (applaud) [person/performance] aplaudir they were warmly clapped off the pitch recibieron una calurosa ovación al abandonar el campo de juego [formal] 1.2 (slap) he clapped me on the back me dio una palmada en la espalda she clapped her hands (together) batió palmas or dio una palmada de alegría ( or satisfacción etc) to clap one's hands to the music dar* palmadas al compás de la música

vi

  • 1.1 (applaud) aplaudir 1.2 (strike hands together) dar* una palmada

Phrasal verbs

clap on

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
1.1 (apply) asegurar, sujetar to clap one's cap on encasquetarse la gorra 1.2 (add) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], agregar*, encajar [familiar/colloquial]

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Word of the day ojota
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Cultural fact of the day

In Santiago, Chile, there are almost a dozen newspapers. The most important dailies are El Mercurio (www.elmercurio.cl), founded in 1900, La Nación, and La Tercera (www.tercera.cl).