There are 2 translations of cluck in Spanish:

cluck1

Pronunciation: /klʌk/

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  • [hen] cloquear; [person] chascar* or chasquear la lengua
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    • Chickens and hens cluck nearby and the cicadas start up their relentless refrain.
    • The chickens clucked and scratched around his feet.
    • She lived on the top floor while all her hens and chickens clucked happily on the ground level.
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    • I cluck my tongue at Carole, the way my grandmother clucks her tongue at me when I've said something utterly, wholly stupid.
    • I'd toss out a topic and he'd cluck his tongue and point out ways my idea could be offensive and controversial.
    • The maid clucked her tongue and rolled her eyes.
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    • He says she is ‘cute’ and recalls how she spent time clucking over the daughters of both her friends at the wedding last year.
    • As soon as he asks the checkout assistant, three more of them appear and start clucking around.
    • In every gift shop, there are more cute infants to cluck over.

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There are 2 translations of cluck in Spanish:

cluck2

n

  • 1 (sound — of hen) cloqueo (m); (— of person) chasquido (m) (de la lengua)
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    • Farmers usually keep farm animals to supplement their income, but a visitor to this farm will not hear clucks or moos.
    • But for the rest of us, the meaning behind creatures' clucks, rumbles, and whistles remains a mystery.
    • A chorus of clucks answered the maiden when the door was opened.
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    • Margaret was temporarily silenced, but she still made displeased clucks as she looked her daughter over.
    • He gave a cluck of sorts and began the lesson.
    • He made a noise which, had he been female, would have been instantly recognized as a sympathetic cluck.
  • 2 (fool) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar], idiota (masculine and feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • I have seen some of the responsible anti-war leaders try to distance themselves from such clucks, but not enough.
    • Whether she intended to eventually marry the silly cluck or not, that wouldn't matter, because I just wouldn't like it.

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