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Translation of "clang" - English-Spanish dictionary

clang

verb   /klæŋ/
to make a loud deep ringing sound like that of metal being hit, or to cause something to make this sound (hacer) sonar He woke up to hear the sound of bells clanging in the distance. She clanged the metal gate shut behind her.1092
clang noun  
(Definition of clang from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clang

verb /klӕŋ/
to produce a loud ringing sound (hacer) sonar The heavy gate clanged shut.
clanger noun
(British, informal) an embarrassing mistake Hacer Error He dropped a clanger when he called his girlfriend by the wrong name.
(Definition of clang from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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