[klahch, klach] /klɑtʃ, klætʃ/
a casual gathering of people, especially for refreshments and informal conversation:
a sewing klatsch.
1953, from German Klatsch “gossip,” which is said in German sources to be imitative (cf. klatschen “clap hands,” klatsch “a single clap of the hands”). Also cf. clap (v.), which in Middle English also had a sense of “talk noisily or too much, chatter” (late 14c.).
/klaʊs/ noun 1. Vaclav. born 1941, Czech politician: prime minister of the Czech Republic (1993–97); president (2003–13)
[klou-zuh n-boo rk] /ˈklaʊ zənˌbʊərk/ noun 1. German name of . /ˈklauzənbʊrk/ noun 1. the German name for Cluj
[klav-ern] /ˈklæv ərn/ noun 1. a local branch of the . 2. a meeting place of the .
[kluh-veer, klav-ee-er, kley-vee-] /kləˈvɪər, ˈklæv i ər, ˈkleɪ vi-/ noun 1. 2 . [kluh-veer, klav-ee-er, kley-vee-] /kləˈvɪər, ˈklæv i ər, ˈkleɪ vi-/ noun 1. any musical instrument having a keyboard, especially a stringed keyboard instrument, as a harpsichord, clavichord, or piano. /kləˈvɪə; ˈklævɪə/ noun 1. n. 1708, “keyboard,” from French clavier, originally “a key-bearer,” from […]