An instrument or device for cutting, cutting, or shearing. Frequently found in the plural: nail clippers.
Nautical A sharp-bowed sailing vessel associated with mid-19th century, having high masts and sharp outlines and designed for great rate.
one which moves extremely fast.
Electronics See limiter.
something that clips.
something utilized for cutting some thing, such tresses, coins, or fingernails.
a thing that moves swiftly; specifically:
A circuit which prevents the amplitude of a wave from exceeding a group value.
person who clips; particularly, one that clips off the edges of coins.
a device for clipping tresses, esp. hair of horses.
A vessel with a-sharp bow, built with a quick hull and high sails, rigged for fast sailing, and utilized in trade where cargo ability had been less essential compared to the rate; -- called additionally clipper ship.
a circuit that restricts the amplitude of a waveform.
person who or that which videos; specially, one who lowers the size, worth, or significance of something by cutting it.
A cutting-tool of the nature of shears; specifically, a tool with rotating or reciprocating knives used for cutting locks, and especially for cutting horses. See clipping-shears.
A sailing vessel constructed with really razor-sharp outlines, just about raking masts, and great scatter of fabric, with a view to speed: a development of a model for the mercantile marine first-built at Baltimore, U. S., and labeled as the Baltimore clipper.
people or an animal that operates swiftly, or appears just as if with the capacity of operating swiftly; a really wise individual; one thing first-rate.
An Australian bird of this genus Ephthianura: as, the wag-tail clipper, E. albïfrons.
The larva of types of Sialis, a genus of neuropterous insects, employed for bait by fishermen. Also known as, in america, crawler, dobson, and hellgrammite.
(electronics) a nonlinear electric circuit whoever output is restricted in amplitude; accustomed limit the instantaneous amplitude of a waveform (to cut off the peaks of a waveform)
scissors for cutting hair or little finger nails (usually used in the plural)
shears for cutting lawn or shrubbery (usually found in the plural)