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  1. clap

    • IPA[klap]

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    • v.
      strike the palms of (one's hands) together repeatedly, typically in order to applaud someone or something;show approval of (a person or action) by clapping
    • n.
      an act of striking together the palms of the hands;a friendly slap or pat on the back or shoulder.
    • noun: clap, plural noun: claps

    • verb: clap, 3rd person present: claps, gerund or present participle: clapping, past tense: clapped, past participle: clapped

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. strike the palms of (one's hands) together repeatedly, typically in order to applaud someone or something:

      Agnes clapped her hands in glee

      the crowd was clapping and cheering

    • 2. show approval of (a person or action) by clapping:

      Louisa clapped his performance

    • 3. strike the palms of (one's hands) together once, especially as a signal:

      the teacher clapped his hands to restore discipline

    • 4. (of a bird) flap (its wings) audibly:

      the hawk shook itself and clapped its wings

    • 5. slap (someone) encouragingly on the back or shoulder:

      as they parted, he clapped Owen on the back

    • 6. place (a hand) briefly against or over one's mouth or forehead as a gesture of dismay or regret:

      he swore and clapped a hand to his forehead

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of striking together the palms of the hands:

      when they stop I give them a clap

      there was no crescendo of applause, just a lone volley of claps

    • 2. a friendly slap or pat on the back or shoulder.
    • 3. an explosive sound, especially of thunder:

      a clap of thunder echoed through the valley

    • n. an instance of deliberately restrained clapping by an audience, of a type considered appropriate during a golf tournament but expressing a lack of approval or appreciation in other contexts:

    • it's not that they deserved a standing ovation, but the golf clap was just plain insensitive

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    • n. an instance of deliberately restrained clapping by an audience, of a type considered appropriate during a golf tournament but expressing a lack of approval or appreciation in other contexts:

    • it's not that they deserved a standing ovation, but the golf clap was just plain insensitive

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    • n. an Aboriginal musical instrument consisting of one stick or boomerang beaten against another or a different object:

    • two teens beat out a rhythm with clap sticks

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    • respond quickly to critical remarks or unfair treatment

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    • respond quickly to critical remarks or unfair treatment

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    • abruptly impose a restrictive or punitive measure

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    • IPA[klap]

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    • v.
      strike the palms of (one's hands) together repeatedly, typically in order to applaud:
    • Agnes clapped her hands in glee

      the crowd was clapping and cheering

    • n.
      an act of striking together the palms of the hands, either once or repeatedly:
    • when they stop I give them a clap

      there was no crescendo of applause, just a lone volley of claps

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    • IPA[klap]

    英式

    • n.
      a venereal disease, especially gonorrhoea:
    • she has given him the clap

      he was told he had a mild dose of clap

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    • IPA[klap]

    美式

    • n.
      a venereal disease, especially gonorrhea:
    • she has given him the clap

      he was told he had a mild dose of clap

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