Traducción de clack en Español:

clack

tabletear, v.

Pronunciación /klak//klæk/

verbo intransitivo

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    tabletear
    (high heels) taconear
    I was clacking away on my typewriter estaba tecleando en mi máquina de escribir
    • that will set their tongues clacking eso les va a dar mucho que hablar
    • Her knitting needles clicked and clacked rhythmically as he pulled the wool from the ball.
    • Her blue satin heels clacked alarmingly in the empty hall, but she didn't care.
    • He'd just clack and clack away at that keyboard.
    • With a click of a sharp heel, Mrs. Watson clacked down a narrow sidewalk leading to a small brick building.
    • My teeth began clacking together as soon as we went out into the night, as my warm, sluggish body adjusted to the change.
    • The echo of foot steps on the hard wood floor clacked through the house.
    • Her high heels clacked on the cement floor as she hurried to her car.
    • His boots clicked and clacked across the hard stone floor.
    • I like the way trees move in the wind, the sound their branches make as they clack together in the leafless winter.
    • Faith's white heels clacked on the pavement as they headed for the wide church double doors.
    • With that, she turned on her pink heels and clacked her way out of the alley.
    • The piper takes up his flute; someone else clacks maracas.
    • A grand dame made her entry, progressing to the front row, clacking her heels all the way.
    • Every visitor is given a pair of hardwood rhythm sticks which they clack together while circling four traditionally painted warriors.
    • Tyler and Nannette's glasses clack together when they kiss for example, and the excuses they find to hang out with one another are both convincing and romantic.
    • The teacher's pink high heels clicked and clacked as they made their way back to the front of the room.
    • Her heels clacked on the cement in an almost professional manner as the doctor stepped towards the doors.
    • She spoke under her breath, clacked her tongue in her mouth like a lizard, fanned herself with a piece of paper drawn from her bag.
    • The sound of DVD cases clacking together brought her back to the video store and she looked toward the sound to see Blake absently flipping through DVDs in a drawer.
    • The demon clacked its long talons together, a scowl on its ugly face.