Translation of clapper in Spanish:


badajo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈklapə//ˈklæpər/


  • 1

    (of bell)
    badajo masculine
    • They will now be taken to Nottingham, where the bells and the clappers themselves will be refurbished.
    • Mr Grantham said: ‘Our bell is made of bronze, weighs about 25 kilogram and still has its original clapper.’
    • Leonardo, meanwhile, was making notes on a church bell, ‘the way it moved and how its clapper was fastened‘.
    • Magister Rumbold Crucible woke up feeling that someone had been using his head as a bell clapper which, he groggily reasoned, probably accounted for the sickening swaying sensation as well.
    • I drew forth the bell Meryth had given me, and gently let the clapper fall against the bronze wall of it.
    • It's just too big,’ says Adam, as he gently pushes the clapper until it just touches the bell, producing a deep, sonorous rumble.
    • At the bottom of the bell, a white silhouette of a boy holds a rope entwined to the clapper.
    • Pilgrims in white scatter rose petals at the foot of four-faced, silver-eyed statues of Brahma, while old people sun themselves in the courtyard, banging clappers and ringing bells.
    • In fact the clapper extends beyond the mouth of the bell and, rather than a handle, has a pierced peg argent, means that it would originally have been suspended.
    • The town crier, in trying to ring out the Prince's arrival, found the clapper of his bell stuck fast.