clang definition

  • noun:
    • A loud, resonant, metallic sound.
    • The strident call of a crane or goose.
    • A loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects hitting each other.
    • Quality of tone.
    • The weep of some birds, such as the crane while the goose.
    • A word or expression linked only by sound rather than by definition, feature of some psychological conditions.
    • A loud, ringing noise, like this created by metallic substances whenever clanged or struck together.
    • Quality of tone.
    • A loud, sharp, resonant, and metallic noise; a clangor: since, the clang of hands; the clang of bells; the clang of hammers.
    • The quality of a musical noise; the value where a tone of 1 instrument varies from the exact same tone hit on another; timbre. See plant.
    • a loud resonant saying sound
    • A loud, resonant, metallic sound.
    • The strident call of a crane or goose.
    • A loud, ringing sound, that way created by free-hanging metal things striking one another.
    • Quality of tone.
    • The cry of some birds, including the crane and the goose.
    • A word or phrase linked just by sound and not by definition, feature of some emotional disorders.
    • A loud, ringing sound, that way made by metallic substances when clanged or hit collectively.
    • Quality of tone.
    • A loud, sharp, resonant, and metallic noise; a clangor: as, the clang of arms; the clang of bells; the clang of hammers.
    • the standard of a musical noise; the value where a tone of just one instrument is different from exact same tone hit on another; timbre. See plant.
    • a loud resonant repeating sound
  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make or trigger to create a clang.
    • To strike collectively in order to produce a ringing metallic noise.
    • to create or trigger to produce a clang.
    • To strike collectively to be able to create a ringing metallic noise.
  • verb:
    • To hit (things) collectively to be able to create a clang.
    • to provide on a clang; to resound.
    • make a loud noise
    • To hit (objects) together in order to produce a clang.
    • to offer completely a clang; to resound.
    • make a loud noise
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to provide away a clang; to resound.
    • to provide away a clang; to resound.
  • others:
    • To give completely a clang; resound.
    • To cause to seem with a clang.
    • To cause the name of to resound; celebrate with clangor.
    • to offer aside a clang; resound.
    • resulting in to seem with a clang.
    • resulting in the name of to resound; celebrate with clangor.

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