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clock

Definitions by Oxford


[klɒk], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a mechanical or electrical device for measuring time, indicating hours, minutes, and sometimes seconds by hands on a round dial or by displayed figures
(e.g: the church clock struck four)

- a downy spherical seed head, especially that of a dandelion.

- a person's face
(e.g: I thought I recognized your clock)


Phrases:
- round the clock
- run down the clock
- stop the clock
- the clock is ticking
- turn back the clock
- watch the clock

Origin:
late Middle English: from Middle Low German and Middle Dutch klocke, based on medieval Latin clocca ‘bell’


[klɒk], (Verb)

Definitions:
- attain or register (a specified time, distance, or speed)
(e.g: I clocked nearly nine hours of uninterrupted sleep)

- notice or watch
(e.g: I noticed him clocking her in the mirror)

- hit (someone), especially on the head
(e.g: someone clocked him for no good reason)

- wind back the milometer of (a car) illegally in order to make the vehicle appear to have travelled fewer miles than it really has
(e.g: beware of motorists who clock their car before selling it)


Phrases:
- round the clock
- run down the clock
- stop the clock
- the clock is ticking
- turn back the clock
- watch the clock

Origin:


[klɒk], (Noun)

Definitions:
- an ornamental pattern woven or embroidered on the side of a stocking or sock near the ankle.


Phrases:

Origin:
mid 16th century: of unknown origin







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