[kley-suh, kleys; German klœ-suh] /ˈkleɪ sə, kleɪs; German ˈklœ sə/
plural noun, German Cookery.
[kluhk] /klʌk/ verb (used with or without object), noun 1. 1 . [kloo k] /klʊk/ noun 1. Alexander von [ah-le-ksahn-duh r fuh n] /ˌɑ lɛˈksɑn dər fən/ (Show IPA), 1846–1934, German general. noun Related Terms dumb cluck Related Terms cluck, dumb cluck
[kluhk-hohn] /ˈklʌk hoʊn/ noun 1. Clyde (Kay Maben) [mey-buh n] /ˈmeɪ bən/ (Show IPA), 1905–60, American anthropologist.
[klooj] /kludʒ/ noun, Computer Slang. 1. a software or hardware configuration that, while inelegant, inefficient, clumsy, or patched together, succeeds in solving a specific problem or performing a particular task. 1962, noun and verb, U.S. slang, fanciful coinage by U.S. author Jackson W. Granholm (b.1921). Related: Kludgy. noun [1962+ Computer; apparently fr German klug, ”clever,” […]
Klug (klŭg, klug), Aaron. Born 1926. South African-born British biochemist. He won a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of viruses and particles of proteins and nucleic acids.