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Spanish translation of “clip”

clip

verb /klip/ (past tense, past participle clipped)
to cut (foliage, an animal’s hair etc) with scissors or shears
cortar
The shepherd clipped the sheep The hedge was clipped.
to strike sharply
dar un cachete
She clipped him over the ear.
clipper noun (in plural) a tool for clipping
tijeras de podar; cortaúñas
hedge clippers nail clippers.
a type of fast sailing-ship
clíper
a tea clipper (=a sailing ship formerly used in the tea trade).
clipping noun a thing clipped off or out of something, especially a newspaper
recorte
She collects clippings about the royal family.
(Definition of clip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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