clocknounuk /klɒk/ us /klɑːk/
clock noun (TIME)
- This alarm clock takes two medium-sized batteries.
- The clock was striking ten as we went into the church.
- The kitchen clock is wrong - it's actually 12.30 not 12.15.
- Digital clocks don't really help children to learn about time and how to organize their time.
- That clock is ten minutes slow.
clock noun (SPEED)
clockverb [T]uk /klɒk/ us /klɑːk/
clock verb [T] (TIME)
clock verb [T] (SPEED)
clock verb [T] (HIT)