Simple Definition of clack
: to make or cause something to make a short sharp sound or series of short sharp sounds
Examples of clack
I heard her heels clacking down the hall.
He clacked his teeth together.
Origin of clack
Middle English, of imitative origin
First Known Use: 13th century
First Known Use of clack
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