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  • Conjugation : past simple  clapped ; past simple  clapt ; present continuous  clapping
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Comprehensive English-Chinese Dictionary (1 result)

clap [klæp]
  1. 1. vt. 猛摔,用力
    They would've clapped you in jail in the old days.
    要是过去他们已经把你关进监狱了。
    The judge clapped him in jail.
    法官判他入狱
  2. 2. vt. 拍打拍击(如翅膀等)
    It clapped its wings and dropped back down into the trees.
    它拍了拍翅膀,又重新落到了树上。
    The big bird clapped its wings.
    这只大鸟拍动它的翅膀
  3. 3. verb 鼓掌拍手喝彩
    After his speech the conference clapped and cheered.
    他的演说后,会场爆发出了掌声和欢呼声。
  4. 4. vi. 拍手击掌
    They were singing and clapping to the rhythm.
    他们一边唱歌一边随着节奏拍手
    The children were clapping to the music.
    孩子们和着音乐拍打手掌
  5. 5. vi. 拍打,振翼,振翅(如翅膀、机翼等)
    The wings of the birds clapped loudly.
    鸟的翅膀扑打得很响。
  6. 6. vt. 拍,轻拍(以示鼓励或问候)
    Ryan stopped and clapped me on the shoulder.
    赖安停了下来,拍了拍我的肩。
  7. 7. vt. 碰击撞击
    I moved the wood to the workshop and clapped the boards together.
    我把木头移到了车间里,把木板放在一起敲打
    Clap two boards together.
    把两块板合在一起
  8. 8. noun[c] (突然的)巨响,轰隆声
    At that moment a clap of thunder exploded directly overhead as the storm burst.
    那个时候暴风雨突然来袭,一个响雷头顶直接炸响了。
  9. 9. noun[u] [Slang] 淋病
    The guy doesn't know it, but he's got the clap.
    这个男人自己不知道但是已经得了淋病
  10. 10. noun[c] (尖利而短促的)碰击声
    With an sharp clap of her hands she ended the session.
    随着清脆地拍了一下手,这一部分结束了。
  11. 11. noun[c] 拍打轻拍

Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (2 results)

clap [klæp]
  1. 1. verb to hit your hands together many times to show that you liked something or admire someone
  2. 2. verb to suddenly put something somewhere
clap [klæp]
  1. 1. noun a sudden loud sound
  2. 2. noun an action of hitting your hands together
  3. 3. noun an , especially gonorrhea

Example Search

The spectators will clap if he makes this birdie putt.
如果他能击球入洞,观众会鼓掌致意的。
I heard a clap of thunder, and then it suddenly began to rain.
我听到了一声霹雳,随后天空突然开始下起了雨。
to clap sb on the back
拍某人的背
to clap {or} lay {or} set eyes on sb/sth
[inf] 看见某人/某事
to clap sb in irons
给某人戴上镣铐
They will clap themselves for gaining tuppence and giving a million away to their enemies.
他们赢了两个铜板,却把一百万都输了给敌人,还会为此而自鸣得意呢。
The guy doesn't know it, but he's got the clap.
这个男人自己不知道,但是他已经得了淋病。

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