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snap

snap

become clear

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get on

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a light, sharp noise

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to make a light, sharp noise

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to interact with another or others in a meaningful fashion

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a short light metallic sound

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a stop consonant made by the suction of air into the mouth (as in Bantu)

a hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward

depression of a button on a computer mouse

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move or strike with a noise

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make a clicking or ticking sound

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click repeatedly or uncontrollably

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cause to make a snapping sound

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make a clucking sounds, characteristic of hens

become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions

References in classic literature ?
As the blow fell the wiry Frenchman clicked his heels together, and throwing down his foil, he stood erect and rigid as a marble statue before his master.
Suddenly the gate-latch clicked and John Douglas strode into the garden.
Someone moved from the window, and a minute or two later there was the sound of the passage door as it came unstuck, then the latch of the outside door clicked and a tall white-bearded peasant, with a sheepskin coat thrown over his white holiday shirt, pushed his way out holding the door firmly against the wind, followed by a lad in a red shirt and high leather boots.
His face was ghastly blue, his teeth clicked and chattered, and the violent sunshine through which he walked could not warm him.
He saw cowboys at the bar, drinking fierce whiskey, the air filled with obscenity and ribald language, and he saw himself with them drinking and cursing with the wildest, or sitting at table with them, under smoking kerosene lamps, while the chips clicked and clattered and the cards were dealt around.
He drew his moulinet from his girdle, and fixing it to the windlass, he drew back the powerful double cord until it had clicked into the catch.
Three hundred letters, clicked out on the busy typewriters