Clip - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- an instance or single occasion for some event (syn: time)
- any of various small fasteners used to hold loose articles together
- an article of jewelry that can be clipped onto a hat or dress
- the act of clipping or snipping (syn: clipping, snip)
- a sharp slanting blow
- run at a moderately swift pace (syn: jog, trot)
- attach with a clip
- cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of (syn: crop, cut back, dress, lop, prune, snip, trim)
- terminate or abbreviate before its intended or proper end or its full extent (syn: curtail)
Robert wasn't a smidgin behind, for every clip he had the answer ready.
God, that dog can keep up a terrific clip.
The wire is held on with a metal clip.
I gave the hedge a clip.
A microphone was clipped to his tie.
The hedges had just been clipped.
A truck swerved and clipped a parked car.
Gunnell clipped a second off the world record.
May I clip out the report on my performance?
he could do ten at a clip
he gave me a clip on the ear
Nearly 115 million Americans clip coupons and redeem them at some point during the year.
He fastened the papers together with a paper clip.
Traffic was moving at a good clip.
a famous film clip which has been shown countless times
present participle: clipping
past tense: clipped
past participle: clipped