clonk


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clonk

(klɒŋk)
vb
1. (intr) to make a loud dull thud
2. (tr) informal to hit
n
a loud thudding sound
[C20: of imitative origin]

clonk

(klɒŋk, klɔŋk)

also clunk



n., v. clonked, clonk•ing. n.
1. a low, dull sound of impact, as of a heavy object striking against another.
v.i., v.t.
2. to make or cause to make such a sound.
[1925]

clonk


Past participle: clonked
Gerund: clonking

Imperative
clonk
clonk
Present
I clonk
you clonk
he/she/it clonks
we clonk
you clonk
they clonk
Preterite
I clonked
you clonked
he/she/it clonked
we clonked
you clonked
they clonked
Present Continuous
I am clonking
you are clonking
he/she/it is clonking
we are clonking
you are clonking
they are clonking
Present Perfect
I have clonked
you have clonked
he/she/it has clonked
we have clonked
you have clonked
they have clonked
Past Continuous
I was clonking
you were clonking
he/she/it was clonking
we were clonking
you were clonking
they were clonking
Past Perfect
I had clonked
you had clonked
he/she/it had clonked
we had clonked
you had clonked
they had clonked
Future
I will clonk
you will clonk
he/she/it will clonk
we will clonk
you will clonk
they will clonk
Future Perfect
I will have clonked
you will have clonked
he/she/it will have clonked
we will have clonked
you will have clonked
they will have clonked
Future Continuous
I will be clonking
you will be clonking
he/she/it will be clonking
we will be clonking
you will be clonking
they will be clonking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been clonking
you have been clonking
he/she/it has been clonking
we have been clonking
you have been clonking
they have been clonking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been clonking
you will have been clonking
he/she/it will have been clonking
we will have been clonking
you will have been clonking
they will have been clonking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been clonking
you had been clonking
he/she/it had been clonking
we had been clonking
you had been clonking
they had been clonking
Conditional
I would clonk
you would clonk
he/she/it would clonk
we would clonk
you would clonk
they would clonk
Past Conditional
I would have clonked
you would have clonked
he/she/it would have clonked
we would have clonked
you would have clonked
they would have clonked
Translations

clonk

[klɒnk]
A. N (= sound) → ruido m hueco
B. VI (= make sound) → hacer un ruido hueco

clonk

(inf)
vthauen
n (= blow)Schlag m; (= sound)Plumps m

clonk

[klɒŋk] (fam)
1. ntonfo
2. vtcolpire
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