Clip ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Clip ( verb )

  1. To fasten or attach something with a clip.
  2. To cut off the end or edge of something.
  3. To move with quick and short steps.

Origin:

The word clip ultimately comes from the old english word "clyppan", meaning to embrace or clasp. it has been used as a verb since the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. She clipped the picture to the bulletin board.
  2. He clipped his hair short.
  3. The sheepdog clipped around the sheep.
  4. She clipped the coupons from the newspaper.
  5. The bird's wing had been clipped, preventing it from flying.

(As a noun)

Clip ( noun )

  1. To fasten or attach something with a clip.
  2. To cut off the end or edge of something.
  3. To move with quick and short steps.

Origin:

The word clip ultimately comes from the old english word "clyppan", meaning to embrace or clasp. it has been used as a verb since the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. She clipped the picture to the bulletin board.
  2. He clipped his hair short.
  3. The sheepdog clipped around the sheep.
  4. She clipped the coupons from the newspaper.
  5. The bird's wing had been clipped, preventing it from flying.
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