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- n. A loud electric horn or alarm.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a kind of loud horn formerly used on motor vehicles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a kind of loud horn formerly used on motor vehicles
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Just then, the emergency klaxon sounded, followed by an announcement by the computer.
The firing klaxon startled him, and he dropped his smokes.
After a few minutes small talk the klaxon sounded and the last goodbyes were said.
As each part of it emerges, Tik Tok slowly turns into one giant warning klaxon informing you of its own rubbishness: a 2 Unlimited sample, a song title still clammy from Ke$ha's Jack Daniels-stained paws and the dreaded words "Feat Sean Paul".
"This conversation never 'appened," he snarled at Ben, his tremulous son's disclosure reactivating Phil's hitherto dormant crack-Hulk klaxon.
Accompanied driving, is, for a parent, an unforgettable experience! la fierté = pride le siège = seat un sourire = smile le klaxon = horn
By the time the final klaxon sounded to end round five, St-Pierre cut a frustrated and rueful victor, while Hardy walked away with a smile and much to be proud of.
Yesterday in Providence he once again sounded his klaxon, an alarm that remained deafeningly silent in the runup to the economic collapse, on the issue of entitlements.
In the corridor, the intermittent red glow of the alert continued to flash, and the klaxon still called out its warning.
Just as he turned to leave, the red alert klaxon blared to life.