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clatter

noun /ˈklӕtə/
a loud noise like hard objects falling, striking against each other etc
estrépito
the clatter of pots falling off the shelf.
Translations of “clatter”
in Vietnamese tiếng loảng xoảng…
in Korean 덜걱하는 소리…
in Arabic جَلَبة…
in Portuguese estardalhaço…
in Thai เสียงกระทบกัน…
in Malaysian keletak-keletuk…
in French fracas…
in German das Getrampel…
in Catalan soroll…
in Japanese カタカタいう音…
in Italian fracasso…
in Indonesian bunyi bising…
(Definition of clatter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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