Spanish Word for clap  

English Word: clap

Spanish Word: palmada
The Spanish Word for clap
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Translated sentences containing 'clap'
One should not clap after the National Anthem.
Uno no debe aplaudir al final del Himno Nacional.

I think we should all get a clap on the back.
Creo que todos deberíamos recibir una palmadita en la espalda.
Please do not clap too soon.
No aplaudan tan pronto.
You can hear it, because when a huge chunk of ice falls off, it sounds like a clap of thunder.
Se puede escuchar porque cuando cae un enorme pedazo de hielo suena como si hubiera caído un rayo.
He puts it forward with great aplomb as a contribution to the debate, and a few people clap because it is such fun.
Se ha incluido con gran aplomo como contribución al debate, y algunos parlotean sobre ello porque queda bien.
The recent mounting criticism of the Barroso team is nothing short of a clap of thunder in a calm sky.
La reciente elevación del tono de las críticas contra el equipo Barroso es nada menos que un trueno en un cielo sereno.
They are people, usually ministers, who go into a closed room, have a discussion, clap each other on the back and say ‘great decision’.
Son personas, normalmente Ministros, que se reúnen a puerta cerrada, celebran un debate, se dan palmaditas en la espalda y dicen «una decisión magnífica».
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