clunk


clunk
s.
1 estrépito.
2 golpe apagado y sonoro, sonido metálico sordo.
3 persona estúpida, cabeza hueca, zopenco.
4 carro viejo.
v.
1 golpear fuertemente a, dar un cabezazo a.
2 producir un sonido metálico en.
3 producirse un sonido metálico como clonk.
vi.
golpear estrepitosamente. (pt & pp clunked)

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  • clunk — [klʌŋk] n [Date: 1700 1800; Origin: From the sound] a loud sound made when two solid objects hit each other ▪ the clunk of the car door being shut >clunk v [I and T] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clunk|y — «KLUHNG kee», adjective, clunk|i|er, clunk|i|est. making a heavy, thumping sound; clunking: »clunky shoes …   Useful english dictionary

  • Clunk — may refer to: Josiah Clunk, a fictional detective in works of H. C. Bailey An onomatopoeia This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change …   Wikipedia

  • clunk — [ klʌŋk ] noun singular a low sound made when one hard heavy object hits another ╾ clunk verb intransitive or transitive …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • clunk — clunk; clunk·er; …   English syllables

  • clunk — ► NOUN ▪ a dull, heavy sound such as that made by thick pieces of metal striking together. ► VERB ▪ move with or make a clunk. ORIGIN imitative …   English terms dictionary

  • clunk — [kluŋk] n. [echoic] 1. a dull, heavy, hollow sound 2. Informal a heavy blow 3. Slang a dull or stupid person vi., vt. to move or strike with a clunk or clunks …   English World dictionary

  • clunk|er — «KLUHNG kuhr», noun. U.S. Slang. 1. an old, rickety automobile or other machine; rattletrap. 2. any thing of little value: »His latest book is a clunker. ╂[< clunk + er1] …   Useful english dictionary

  • clunk — (v.) 1796, to make the sound of a cork being pulled from a bottle; imitative. This was the main sense through most of 19c. Meaning to hit, strike is attested from 1940s. Related: Clunked; clunking …   Etymology dictionary

  • clunk — I. verb Etymology: imitative Date: circa 1796 intransitive verb 1. to make a clunk 2. to hit something with a clunk transitive verb to strike or hit with a clunk II. noun Date: 1823 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • clunk — UK [klʌŋk] / US noun [singular] a low sound made when one hard heavy object hits another Derived word: clunk UK / US verb intransitive/transitive Word forms clunk : present tense I/you/we/they clunk he/she/it clunks present participle clunking… …   English dictionary


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