Definition of 'clip'
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Does she mean one of those clip pegs? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The film clips that made a fortune thetimes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Scottish midfielder also clipped the bar. The Sun (2016)The competition watchdog also declined to clip the big banks' wings. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She crossed lanes, clipped one oncoming car then hit another head-on. The Sun (2016)It will take place simultaneously with a screening in LA as lucky fans get to see exclusive clips of the new film. The Sun (2016)While there you can also get a 30-second clip shot in one of the houses and have a souvenir picture taken behind the bar of the Woolpack. The Sun (2016)See our exclusive clip at the address below. The Sun (2008)You should also clip box in dry weather conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His waxy face stills glows an unearthly peach colour above his neatly clipped ginger beard. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The clip attaching his rope to the crane sprang loose during the jump. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Watch clips of both acts online. The Sun (2011)But neatly clipped hedges have their beauty too. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In one clip he apparently claims that his band was the catalyst for youth culture itself. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Each advert screened sepia film clips of suffragettes marching with banners proclaiming the need for votes for women. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Watch our exclusive clip online. The Sun (2015)He'll give me a clip around the ear. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He had clipped his parachute to the metal clips on the chest of his harness but could not get through the small hatch. BomberNot So began at a ludicrously fast clip. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They come with twin batteries, two chargers and belt clips. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was clipping, cutting and punching almost at will although he was caught in the gully with just two runs required. The Sun (2012)Once he is satisfied with the fit, the relevant spaces for the toe and quarter clips are cut out using the drawing knife. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)I couldn't reach back and give him a clip on the ear. IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)The church where I serve tends to move at a fast clip. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'clip'
British English: clip /klɪp/ NOUN
A clip is a small metal or plastic device that is used for holding things together.
She took the clip out of her hair.
- American English: clip
- Arabic: مِشْبَك
- Brazilian Portuguese: clipe
- Chinese: 夹子
- Croatian: kvačica
- Czech: sponka
- Danish: clips
- Dutch: clip
- European Spanish: clip
- Finnish: liitin
- French: trombone
- German: Klammer
- Greek: συνδετήρας
- Italian: molletta
- Japanese: 刈り込み
- Korean: 클립
- Norwegian: klemme
- Polish: przypinać
- European Portuguese: clipe
- Romanian: clemă
- Russian: скрепка
- Spanish: clip
- Swedish: klämma
- Thai: คลิปหนีบ
- Turkish: klips
- Ukrainian: затискач
- Vietnamese: ghim
British English: clip VERB
fasten When you clip things together or when things clip together, you fasten them together using a clip or clips.
He clipped his safety belt to a fitting on the deck.
British English: clip VERB
cut If you clip something, you cut small pieces from it, especially in order to shape it.
I saw an old man out clipping his hedge.
Definition of clip from the Collins English Dictionary
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