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Turkish translation of “clamp”

clamp

verb
 
 
/klæmp/
clamp sth around/over/to, etc to put something in a particular position and hold it there tightly
tutturmak, kelepçelemek, sabitlemek, kenetlemek
He clamped his hand over her mouth.Placing and positioning an object
clamp sth onto/to/together, etc to fasten two things together using a clamp
mengene ile sabitlemek/tutturmak
Carpentry and joineryFastening and tying
[T] UK to fasten a metal cover on the wheel of a car to stop it moving because it has been parked in an illegal place
yanlış park edildiğinde lastiği kelepçelemek
Locking and boltingThe exterior of vehicles
(Definition of clamp verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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