Translation of clambake in Spanish:

clambake

Pronunciation /ˈklambeɪk//ˈklæmˌbeɪk/

noun

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    (in US)
    picnic en la playa en el que se cuecen almejas
    • Meanwhile, the convention soirées get under way today - there will be a clambake in Hyannis Port!
    • Every summer, they invite all their subscribers to a clambake on Lynn Beach.
    • Yes, it's an old-style clambake at the Manor tonight.
    • We had a clambake in Chicago on the 26th of September at WBBM where the debate was held.
    • There is a scene in the movie where Elvis is out on the beach singing ‘We're gonna have a clambake.’
    • The clams are then ready for a clambake, to become steamed softshell clams, or for use in certain clam chowders and clam pies.
    • She is also a regular at the post-caucus Wednesday night clambake.
    • When Cary shows up to a high-spirited clambake with Ron and his pals, she's uncomfortable and overdressed in a tight gray ensemble.
    • He had volunteered to testify at the clambake as a way of putting his case to the people.
    • The song is a sunny and infectious number that would sound great at a school dance or a clambake.
    • If your idea of a relaxing vacation on the coast involves bundling up for a clambake instead of palm trees and rum punch, a trip to Cape Cod is just the ticket.
    • Here, you can savor an authentic New England-style clambake.
    • We went to clambakes and barbecues all over New England.
    • And we are going to Provincetown to have a clambake.
    • Although clambakes are traditional in the north-east of the US, barbecues and picnics are popular elsewhere.
    • A clambake on the Rockland seashore followed the last day's session of papers.