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snap your fingers

( also UK click your fingers)
to press your thumb and middle finger together until the finger hits your hand and makes a short soundGestures with the hands or arms
Translations of “snap your fingers”
in Chinese (Traditional) 打榧子,打響指…
in Russian щелкать пальцами…
in Turkish parmaklarını çıtlatmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打榧子,打响指…
in Polish pstrykać palcami…
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