Found 3 items, similar to clap.
English → Indonesian
bertepuk-tangan, menepuk, tamparan
English → English
v 1: put quickly or forcibly; “The judge clapped him in jail”
2: cause to strike the air in flight; “The big bird clapped its
3: clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate
approval [syn: applaud
] [ant: boo
4: clap one's hands together; “The children were clapping to
5: strike the air in flight; “the wings of the birds clapped
6: strike with the flat of the hand; usually in a friendly way,
as in encouragement or greeting
7: strike together so as to produce a sharp percussive noise;
“clap two boards together”
n 1: a sudden very loud noise [syn: bang
2: a common venereal disease caused by the bacterium Neisseria
gonorrhoeae; symptoms are painful urination and pain
around the urethra [syn: gonorrhea
3: a sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together; may be
repeated [syn: clack
English → English
1. A loud noise made by sudden collision; a bang. “Give the
door such a clap, as you go out, as will shake the whole
2. A burst of sound; a sudden explosion.
Horrible claps of thunder. --Hakewill.
3. A single, sudden act or motion; a stroke; a blow.
What, fifty of my followers at a clap! --Shak.
4. A striking of hands to express approbation.
Unextrected claps or hisses. --Addison.
5. Noisy talk; chatter. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
6. (Falconry) The nether part of the beak of a hawk.
. See Clack dish
, under Clack
, a net for taking birds, made to close or clap
, v. i.
1. To knock, as at a door. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
2. To strike the hands together in applause.
Their ladies bid them clap. --Shak.
3. To come together suddenly with noise.
The doors around me clapped. --Dryden.
4. To enter with alacrity and briskness; -- with to or into.
[Obs.] “Shall we clap into it roundly, without . . .
saying we are hoarse?”
5. To talk noisily; to chatter loudly. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
(kl[a^]p), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Clapped
p. pr. & vb. n. Clapping
.] [AS. clappan; akin to Icel. &
Sw. klappa, D, klappen, to clap, prate, G. klaffen, v. i., to
split open, yelp, klopfen, v. t. & i., to knock.]
1. To strike; to slap; to strike, or strike together, with a
quick motion, so, as to make a sharp noise; as, to clap
one's hands; a clapping of wings.
Then like a bird it sits and sings,
And whets and claps its silver wings. --Marvell.
2. To thrust, drive, put, or close, in a hasty or abrupt
manner; -- often followed by to, into, on, or upon.
He had just time to get in and clap to the door.
Clap an extinguisher upon your irony. --Lamb.
3. To manifest approbation of, by striking the hands
together; to applaud; as, to clap a performance.
To clap hands
(a) To pledge faith by joining hands. [Obs.] --Shak.
(b) To express contempt or derision. [Obs.] --Lam. ii. 15.
To clap hold of
, to seize roughly or quickly.
To clap up
(a) To imprison hastily or without due formality.
(b) To make or contrive hastily. [Obs.] “Was ever match
clapped up so suddenly?”
, n. [Cf. OF. clapoir.]