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  • EN [ klɑːsp]
  • US [ klæsp]

English definition


  • 1. a fastener (as a buckle or hook) that is used to hold two things together

  • 2. the act of grasping;

    • "he released his clasp on my arm"
    • "he has a strong grip for an old man"
    • "she kept a firm hold on the railing"


  • 1. hold firmly and tightly

  • 2. fasten with or as if with a brooch

  • 3. fasten with a buckle or buckles

  • 4. grasp firmly;

    • "The child clasped my hands"

Example sentences

  • Results : The RPI clasp was found to cause the smallest bone displacement.

  • Regular Envelopes, Windows Envelopes, Booklet Envelopes, Open End Envelopes, Remittance Envelopes, Clasp Envelopes.

  • My button hook won't clasp.

  • There is a shiny golden hair clasp on her head.

  • The mysterious stranger held one of her hands in a strong and trembling clasp.

  • He does up the foot clasp and climbs up the pole to join the electrical wires.

  • Make sure that your clasp is firm.

  • Clasp your hands behind your heads.

  • Facing this global challenge, various countries must strengthen the policy coordinated, clasp, to deal together.

  • Be opened through expanding each other and clasp, promote joint development, flourish jointly.

  • The safety catch won't clasp.

  • He gave my hand a warm clasp.

  • The clasp on his belt had broken.

  • Bracelet: steel vertical link bracelet with black or white ceramic accents and open detail. Jewelry clasp.

  • She held her child in a loving clasp.

  • The cowboy bought a hat with a decorative clasp on the downside.

  • And the waves clasp one another.

  • The clasp of my brooch is broken.

  • Put one foot on the chair and clasp your knee with two hands . Breathe in.

  • It was Kabaraijian who moved their legs, and made their hands clasp and their arms reach.

  • Whom do I try to clasp in my arms? Dreams can never be made captive.

  • To clasp or hold close with the arms, usually as an expression of affection.

  • Methods A force of the clasp for 0.6 mm deformation was tested with omnipatent material machine.

  • Objectives To compare the masticatory efficiency between attachment dentures and clasp removable partial dentures.

  • Clasp the chain like so.

  • With one last clasp of his hand, she left him and went to her usual chair.

  • She had sat there twiddling nervously with the clasp of her handbag.

Phrase collocation

  • clasp hands

    shake hands with fervour or affection

Synonym discrimination

  • take, grasp, grab, grip, clasp, clutch, snatch, seize


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