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clunkverb [T]

 us   /klʌŋk/
to make the sound of heavy objects hitting together, or to cause this sound to be made: She emptied the change out of her purse and clunked it into her piggy bank.
clunk
noun [C]  us   /klʌŋk/
We heard a loud clunk as the ferry hit the side of the dock.
(Definition of clunk from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “clunk”
in Chinese (Simplified) 哐啷的声音, (金属)沉重的撞击声…
in Chinese (Traditional) 哐啷的聲音, (金屬)沉重的撞擊聲…
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