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cliquenoun [C, + sing/pl verb]

uk   /kliːk/ us   /klɪk/ disapproving
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cliquenoun [C]

us   /klik, klɪk/
a small group of people who spend time together and do not want other people to join the group
(Definition of clique from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “clique”
in Vietnamese đám…
in Spanish camarilla…
in Malaysian klik…
in Thai กลุ่มคนที่สมาคมเฉพาะพวกของตน…
in French clique…
in German die Clique…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小集團,小圈子, 派系…
in Russian клика…
in Turkish hizip grubu, klik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小集团,小圈子, 派系…
in Indonesian klik…
in Polish klika…
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