[klohsh, klawsh] /kloʊʃ, klɔʃ/
a woman’s close-fitting hat with a deep, bell-shaped crown and often a narrow, turned-down brim.
a bell-shaped glass cover placed over a plant to protect it from frost and to force its growth.
a bell-shaped metal or glass cover placed over a plate to keep food warm or fresh.
a bell-shaped cover used to protect young plants
a woman’s almost brimless close-fitting hat, typical of the 1920s and 1930s
type of bell jar, 1882, from French cloche “bell, bell glass” (12c.), from Late Latin clocca “bell” (see clock (n.1)). As a type of women’s hat, recorded from 1907, so called from its shape.
[klok-er] /ˈklɒk ər/ noun 1. a person who times racehorses during tryouts to determine their speed. 2. an official who times a race. 3. a person who maintains a record of the flow of traffic, as of visitors to a museum. noun : A clocker is a nickel-and-dime crack dealer who hustles round the clock […]
- Clock frequency
- Clock golf
noun 1. a putting game played on a circular area on a lawn
[klok-ouuh r, -ou-er] /ˈklɒkˌaʊər, -ˌaʊ ər/ noun 1. a full 60-minute period, as of class instruction or therapeutic consultation. Compare (def 11).