clunk definition

  • noun:
    • A dull sound; a thump.
    • A blow that creates a dull sound.
    • Informal A stupid, dull person.
    • a dull, metallic sound, particularly one created by two bodies entering contact
    • an audio such as is expressed because of the imitative verb clunk; the gurgling noise made by alcohol whenever poured from a bottle.
    • huge dull noise (as made by effect of hefty things)
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to help make or go with a clunk.
    • To strike one thing to be able to make a dull noise.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To strike to be able to make a dull sound: "Icy climate impacted the clock's mechanism as well as for hrs Big Ben clunked in the place of bonged the time modifications” ( Christian Science Monitor).
  • verb:
    • in order to make these types of an audio
    • make or move and a sound at the time of a horse's hooves hitting the ground
  • others:
    • To produce a-sudden hollow, gurgling sound, such as for example is made whenever a cork is quickly taken from the throat of a bottle.

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