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clack definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to help make an abrupt, razor-sharp sound, as in the collision of two hard areas.
    • To chatter thoughtlessly or at size.
    • To cackle or cluck, as a hen.
    • which will make a sudden, sharp sound, or a succesion of these noises, as by striking an object, or by collision of parts; to rattle; to simply click.
    • To utter terms quickly and constantly, or with abruptness; to let the tongue run.
    • to produce an abrupt, razor-sharp noise, such as the collision of two tough surfaces.
    • To chatter thoughtlessly or at size.
    • To cackle or cluck, as a hen.
    • which will make a sudden, razor-sharp noise, or a succesion of these noises, as by striking an object, or by collision of components; to rattle; to mouse click.
    • To utter words quickly and continually, or with abruptness; to allow the tongue run.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to help make an abrupt, sharp sound.
    • resulting in to help make a sudden, sharp noise, or succession of noises; to simply click.
    • To utter rapidly and inconsiderately.
    • resulting in to create an abrupt, razor-sharp sound.
    • resulting in which will make a sudden, sharp noise, or succession of noises; to simply click.
    • To utter rapidly and inconsiderately.
  • noun:
    • A clacking noise: the clack of an old-fashioned typewriter.
    • something which makes a clacking sound.
    • Thoughtless, extended talk; chatter.
    • an abrupt, sharp sound, especially one produced by two hard objects colliding repetitively; a clatter; in sound, midway between a click and a clunk
    • something that causes a clacking noise, such as the clapper of a mill, or a clack device.
    • chatter; prattle
    • A-sharp, abrupt sound, or succession of noises, created by hitting an object.
    • Anything that causes a clacking noise, due to the fact clapper of a mill, or a clack valve.
    • Continual or importunate talk; prattle; prating.
    • A-sharp, duplicated, rattling noise; clatter: as, the clack of a mill.
    • In a grist-mill: That area of the mill that hits the hopper, to move or shake it, for discharging its articles.
    • A bell that bands when more corn must be put within the hopper.
    • A valve of a pump.
    • A ball-valve related to the boiler of a locomotive. See ball-ralve and clack-box, 2.
    • some sort of small windmill with a clapper, set on top of a pole to frighten away birds. Also known as clack-mill, and formerly clacket.
    • constant talk; prattle; gossip; tattle.
    • a-sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together; may be repeated
    • a simple valve with a hinge using one side; allows substance to move in only one direction
    • A clacking sound: the clack of an old-fashioned typewriter.
    • Something that tends to make a clacking sound.
    • Thoughtless, prolonged talk; chatter.
    • an abrupt, razor-sharp noise, especially one made by two tough objects colliding repetitively; a clatter; in sound, midway between a click and a clunk
    • Anything that causes a clacking noise, such as the clapper of a mill, or a clack device.
    • chatter; prattle
    • A-sharp, abrupt noise, or succession of noises, created by striking an object.
    • something that causes a clacking noise, as the clapper of a mill, or a clack valve.
    • constant or importunate talk; prattle; prating.
    • A-sharp, repeated, rattling sound; clatter: as, the clack of a mill.
    • In a grist-mill: That part of the mill that hits the hopper, to move or shake it, for discharging its articles.
    • A bell that rings whenever much more corn is needed to be placed in the hopper.
    • A valve of a pump.
    • A ball-valve related to the boiler of a locomotive. See ball-ralve and clack-box, 2.
    • A kind of small windmill with a clapper, set at the top of a-pole to frighten away wild birds. Also known as clack-mill, and formerly clacket.
    • regular talk; prattle; gossip; tattle.
    • a-sharp abrupt sound as if two objects struck collectively; are repeated
    • a simple device with a hinge on one part; allows substance to flow in just one path
  • verb:
    • to create such a sound
    • to chatter or babble
    • talk (about unimportant things) rapidly and incessantly
    • make a rattling noise
    • make a clucking appears, characteristic of hens
    • to make such an audio
    • to chatter or babble
    • speak (about unimportant things) quickly and incessantly
    • make a rattling sound
    • make a clucking seems, characteristic of hens
  • others:
    • which will make a quick razor-sharp sound, or a succession of razor-sharp noises, as by striking or cracking; crack; rattle; snap.
    • To utter noises or terms quickly and continuously, or with sharpness and abruptness; let the tongue run or rattle.
    • To cause in order to make a-sharp, quick, snapping sound; rattle; clap: as, to clack two items of timber together.
    • To talk without thought; rattle down.
    • To cluck or cackle, as a hen.
    • to help make a quick sharp sound, or a succession of razor-sharp sounds, as by striking or cracking; crack; rattle; snap.
    • To utter noises or words quickly and constantly, or with sharpness and abruptness; allow the tongue run or rattle.
    • resulting in in order to make a sharp, quick, snapping sound; rattle; clap: as, to clack two pieces of lumber collectively.
    • To speak without thought; rattle out.
    • To cluck or cackle, as a hen.
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