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clam·bake

 (klăm′bāk′)
n.
1. A seashore picnic where clams, fish, corn, and other foods are traditionally baked on heated stones covered with seaweed.
2. A dish consisting of clams and other seafood mixed with other ingredients, especially corn and potatoes, and then boiled or steamed in a large pot.
3. Informal A noisy or lively party or gathering.
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clambake

(ˈklæmˌbeɪk)
n
1. (Cookery) a picnic, often by the sea, at which clams, etc, are baked
2. an informal party
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clam•bake

(ˈklæmˌbeɪk)

n.
1. a seaside picnic at which clams and other seafood are baked, traditionally on hot stones under a covering of seaweed.
2. a noisy social gathering.
[1825–35, Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clambake - a cookout at the seashore where clams and fish and other foods are cooked--usually on heated stones covered with seaweedclambake - a cookout at the seashore where clams and fish and other foods are cooked--usually on heated stones covered with seaweed
cookout - an informal meal cooked and eaten outdoors
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Translations

clambake

[ˈklæmbeɪk] N (US) (Culin) → merienda f en la playa or en el campo (en la que se cocinan y comen almejas) (= party) → fiesta f
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clambake

n (US) → Muschelessen ntam Strand; (inf: = party) → Fete f (inf)
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References in classic literature ?
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"Barbecues and clambakes. Clambakes are my favorite.
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Her family also remembers celebrating with clambakes on the 4th of July, another chance for her and Al to bring everyone together in their home.
Offering activities that include wine tastings, museum visits, clambakes, and blood drives, each chapter provides the opportunity to be a professional but also an individual.
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