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clap1 US English

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

clap2 US English

A venereal disease, especially gonorrhea

clap US Thesaurus

the audience clapped

golf clap US English

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

clap something on US English

Abruptly impose a restrictive or punitive measure on

clap someone in jail US English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

clap something on in clap1 US English

Abruptly impose a restrictive or punitive measure on

claptrap US English

Absurd or nonsensical talk or ideas

handclap US English

A clap of the hands

thunderclap US English

A crash of thunder

clap someone in jail in clap1 US English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

clap someone in jail or irons in clap1 US English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

lay/set/clap eyes on in eye US Thesaurus

have you ever laid your eyes on a more beautiful sailboat?