1 a sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together; may be repeated [syn: clap]
2 a simple valve with a hinge on one side; allows fluid to flow in only one direction [syn: clack valve, clapper valve]
3 speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly [syn: chatter, piffle, palaver, prate, tittle-tattle, twaddle, maunder, prattle, blab, gibber, tattle, blabber, gabble]
- to make such a sound
- to chatter
Clack can refer to numerous people:
- Boyd Clack, Welsh writer, actor and musician.
- Brenda Clack, politician.
- Barbara Cooper Clack, world water skiing champion
- Darryl Clack, player of American football for the Dallas Cowboys in 1986
- H. Earl Clack, who has two Historic Places in Montana named after him.
- Michael Clack, leader of the Chalk Farm Salvation Army Band
- Jennifer A. Clack, paleonthologist and evolution specialist.
- Jill Elizabeth Clack, member of the Greater London Council from 1981 to 1986
- Jim Clack, player of American football.
- Kris Clack, basketball player.
- Peter Clack, rock and roll drummer.
- Spencer Clack, pioneer who settled in Sevierville, Tennessee
- William Clack, committee chair of the Greater London Council from 1977 to 1981
- William Sydney Clack, member of the Greater London Council from 1970 to 1981
- Zoanne Clack, television producer, writer, story editor and actress.
- Clack Stone, militia captain during the 1832 Black Hawk War.
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