C-clamp

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C-clamp

(ˈsiˌklæmp)

n.
a C-shaped clamp having a screw threaded through one tip in the direction of the other tip.
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Noun1.C-clamp - a clamp in the shape of the letter CC-clamp - a clamp in the shape of the letter C
clamp, clinch - a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together
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