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clank

 (klăngk)
n.
A metallic sound, sharp and hard but not resonant: the clank of chains.
intr.v. clanked, clank·ing, clanks
To make a sharp, hard, metallic sound.

[Probably imitative.]

clank′y adj.

clank

(klæŋk)
n
an abrupt harsh metallic sound
vb
1. to make or cause to make such a sound
2. (intr) to move or operate making such a sound
[C17: of imitative origin]
ˈclankingly adv

clank

(klæŋk)

n.
1. a sharp, hard, nonresonant sound, like that of two pieces of metal striking together: the clank of chains.
v.i.
2. to make such a sound.
3. to move with such sounds: The old truck clanked up the hill.
v.t.
4. to cause to make a sharp sound, as metal in collision.
5. to place, set, etc., with a clank: to clank the door shut.
[1605–15; < Dutch klank sound]

clank


Past participle: clanked
Gerund: clanking

Imperative
clank
clank
Present
I clank
you clank
he/she/it clanks
we clank
you clank
they clank
Preterite
I clanked
you clanked
he/she/it clanked
we clanked
you clanked
they clanked
Present Continuous
I am clanking
you are clanking
he/she/it is clanking
we are clanking
you are clanking
they are clanking
Present Perfect
I have clanked
you have clanked
he/she/it has clanked
we have clanked
you have clanked
they have clanked
Past Continuous
I was clanking
you were clanking
he/she/it was clanking
we were clanking
you were clanking
they were clanking
Past Perfect
I had clanked
you had clanked
he/she/it had clanked
we had clanked
you had clanked
they had clanked
Future
I will clank
you will clank
he/she/it will clank
we will clank
you will clank
they will clank
Future Perfect
I will have clanked
you will have clanked
he/she/it will have clanked
we will have clanked
you will have clanked
they will have clanked
Future Continuous
I will be clanking
you will be clanking
he/she/it will be clanking
we will be clanking
you will be clanking
they will be clanking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been clanking
you have been clanking
he/she/it has been clanking
we have been clanking
you have been clanking
they have been clanking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been clanking
you will have been clanking
he/she/it will have been clanking
we will have been clanking
you will have been clanking
they will have been clanking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been clanking
you had been clanking
he/she/it had been clanking
we had been clanking
you had been clanking
they had been clanking
Conditional
I would clank
you would clank
he/she/it would clank
we would clank
you would clank
they would clank
Past Conditional
I would have clanked
you would have clanked
he/she/it would have clanked
we would have clanked
you would have clanked
they would have clanked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clank - a loud resonant repeating noiseclank - a loud resonant repeating noise; "he could hear the clang of distant bells"
noise - sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
Verb1.clank - make a clank; "the train clanked through the village"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
Translations
صَلْصَلَه، قَعْقَعَهيُصَلْصِل، يُقَعْقِع
řinčetřinkot
rasleraslenskramleskramlen
lánccsörgés
skrölt, glamurskrölta, hringla, glamra
džerškėtidžeržgesys
žvadzētžvadzoņa
şakırdamakşakırtışıkırdamakşıkırtı

clank

[klæŋk]
A. Nsonido m metálico seco
B. VIsonar
the train went clanking pastel tren pasó con gran estruendo
C. VThacer sonar

clank

[ˈklæŋk]
vi (= move noisily) → cliqueter
n (= noise) → cliquetis m

clank

nKlirren nt
vtklirren mit
viklirren

clank

[ˈklæŋk]

clank

(klӕŋk) verb
to produce a sound like that made by heavy pieces of metal striking each other. The chains clanked.
noun
such a noise. the clank of pans in the kitchen.