EN clap
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1. general

Our parliamentary quickie today is a pointless clapping exercise.
Nuestra sesión parlamentaria de hoy es un ejercicio de aplauso carente de sentido.

2. "slap"

clap (also: handclap, spank, slap)

3. "gonorrhea", slang

clap

Synonyms (English) for "clap":

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Context sentences for "clap" in Spanish

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EnglishThe recent mounting criticism of the Barroso team is nothing short of a clap of thunder in a calm sky.
La reciente elevación del tono de las críticas contra el equipo Barroso es nada menos que un trueno en un cielo sereno.
EnglishHe puts it forward with great aplomb as a contribution to the debate, and a few people clap because it is such fun.
Se ha incluido con gran aplomo como contribución al debate, y algunos parlotean sobre ello porque queda bien.
EnglishThe Office of the Passion of the Lord …Psalm VII: Vespers All you nations clap your hands * shout to God with a voice of gladness.
Oficio de la Pasión del Señor …Salmo 7: Vísperas Pueblos todos, batid palmas, * aclamad a Dios con gritos de júbilo.
Englishto clap in time to the music
EnglishPlease do not clap too soon.
Englishto clap one's cap on
EnglishOr like a storm-cloud from the sky, wherein is darkness and thunder and lightning; they put their fingers in their ears at the thunder-clap, for fear of death, for Allah encompasses the disbelievers.
O [la parábola] de una violenta tormenta, con tinieblas, truenos y relámpagos.
Englishred cedar clap-board
EnglishThey are people, usually ministers, who go into a closed room, have a discussion, clap each other on the back and say ‘great decision’.
Son personas, normalmente Ministros, que se reúnen a puerta cerrada, celebran un debate, se dan palmaditas en la espalda y dicen «una decisión magnífica».
Englishto clap in time
EnglishThey are people, usually ministers, who go into a closed room, have a discussion, clap each other on the back and say ‘ great decision’.
Son personas, normalmente Ministros, que se reúnen a puerta cerrada, celebran un debate, se dan palmaditas en la espalda y dicen« una decisión magnífica».