Detailed Translations for clap from English to Spanish


to clap verb (claps, clapped, clapping)

  1. to clap (applaud)

Conjugations for clap:

  1. clap
  2. clap
  3. claps
  4. clap
  5. clap
  6. clap
simple past
  1. clapped
  2. clapped
  3. clapped
  4. clapped
  5. clapped
  6. clapped
present perfect
  1. have clapped
  2. have clapped
  3. has clapped
  4. have clapped
  5. have clapped
  6. have clapped
past continuous
  1. was clapping
  2. were clapping
  3. was clapping
  4. were clapping
  5. were clapping
  6. were clapping
  1. shall clap
  2. will clap
  3. will clap
  4. shall clap
  5. will clap
  6. will clap
continuous present
  1. am clapping
  2. are clapping
  3. is clapping
  4. are clapping
  5. are clapping
  6. are clapping
  1. be clapped
  2. be clapped
  3. be clapped
  4. be clapped
  5. be clapped
  6. be clapped
  1. clap!
  2. let's clap!
  3. clapped
  4. clapping
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

clap [the ~] noun

  1. the clap (gonorrhoea)
    la gonorrea

Translation Matrix for clap:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
gonorrea clap; gonorrhoea
- bam; bang; blast; clack; eruption; gonorrhea; gonorrhoea
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aplaudir applaud; clap acclaim; applaud; cheer; encourage; give an ovation; honor; honour; hurray
batir palmas applaud; clap
palmotear applaud; clap
- acclaim; applaud; spat

Related Words for "clap":

  • claps

Synonyms for "clap":

Antonyms for "clap":

Related Definitions for "clap":

  1. a sudden very loud noise1
  2. a sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together; may be repeated1
  3. a common venereal disease caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae; symptoms are painful urination and pain around the urethra1
  4. clap one's hands together1
    • The children were clapping to the music1
  5. clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval1
  6. strike together so as to produce a sharp percussive noise1
    • clap two boards together1
  7. strike with the flat of the hand; usually in a friendly way, as in encouragement or greeting1
  8. put quickly or forcibly1
    • The judge clapped him in jail1
  9. strike the air in flight1
    • the wings of the birds clapped loudly1
  10. cause to strike the air in flight1
    • The big bird clapped its wings1

Wiktionary Translations for clap:

  1. To applaud by clapping the hands

Cross Translation:
clap aletear klapwieken — heftig slaan met de vleugels
clap aplaudir klatschen — bezeichnet Klangeindrücke, die beim Zusammenschlagen oder Aufprallen entstehen, und bedeutet speziell „mit den Händen klatschen, applaudieren“
clap aplaudir applaudirbattre des mains en signe d’approbation.
clap acuñar; barajar; golpetear; pegar; sacudir; trillar battrefrapper de coups répétés.
clap restallar; chasquear; castañetear claquer — Faire un certain bruit aigu et éclatant.

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