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Synonyms for clip

Synonyms for clip

to decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

to hit with a quick, sharp blow of the hand

to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

a quick, sharp blow, especially with the hand

rate of motion or performance

to join one thing to another

to put one's arms around affectionately

Synonyms for clip

a metal frame or container holding cartridges

an instance or single occasion for some event

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any of various small fasteners used to hold loose articles together

an article of jewelry that can be clipped onto a hat or dress

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the act of clipping or snipping

a sharp slanting blow

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sever or remove by pinching or snipping

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run at a moderately swift pace

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attach with a clip

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cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of

terminate or abbreviate before its intended or proper end or its full extent

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New Zealander McMillan edged a ball behind which lifted sharply and was followed by Crawley, clipping off his pads straight to Kevin Pietersen.
Hoggard should have secured a second victim in his next over with captain Mohammad Wasim clipping off his legs to Michael Vaughan at short mid- wicket, but the chance was spilled.
attach themselves to the bell), of the R, immediately reshuffling the scale, urged into a diminishing scale again by two small pink triangles clipping off the ends of the horizontal bars of the E (if it is an E).
Clipping off that additional sugar branch from A and B cells transforms them into type O, averting the immune response.
Rather than using a device that locks you into one system and takes a clipping off each transaction, running a business on Kounta with a small flat fee puts the power back in the hands of merchants.