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  • v. Present participle of clack.


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  • "If you hear a loud arc, which is what I refer to as clacking, that means there's a bad connection."

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  • The coins need to consistently make a gentle "coin clacking" noise - not too fast, though.

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  • She also liked the sound of $47-coins clacking into her tray.


  • She also liked the sound of 47 dollar-coins clacking into her tray.


  • Unless you're actually riding a train, nowhere else will you ever experience such an authentic "clacking" feeling that's both so perfectly subtle and immersive.


  • He said he could hear "clacking" sounds that suggested, according to his training, that the current was not going through and making connection with Mr. Dziekanski.

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  • He said his superior officer ordered him to use the Taser again, so Millington used the device a third time, but it made a "clacking" noise and he believed it didn't have any effect.


  • A superior officer ordered Millington to use his Taser on Dziekanski again, which he did, though he remembers it made a "clacking" noise at that point and appeared to be ineffective.

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  • It's got a bad leg so that when it walks across the ceramic tiled sink or floor it makes a kind of clacking sound, like a hard shelled crab on pavement. Recent Updates

  • I carried my shoes to the front door to avoid the click clacking of my heels on the tile.

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