a mansion in Buckinghamshire, on the N bank of the Thames near Maidenhead: formerly the home of Nancy Astor and the scene of gatherings of politicians and others (known as the Cliveden Set); now a hotel
[kliv-erz] /ˈklɪv ərz/ noun, plural clivers. 1. .
- Clive sinclair
person Sir Clive Sinclair (1939- ) The British inventor who pioneered the home microcomputer market in the early 1980s, with the introduction of low-cost, easy to use, 8-bit computers produced by his company, Sinclair Research. Sir Clive also invented and produced a variety of electronic devices from the 1960s to 1990s, including pocket calculators (he […]
[klahy-vee-uh, kliv-ee-uh] /ˈklaɪ vi ə, ˈklɪv i ə/ noun 1. .
clivus cli·vus (klī’vəs) n. pl. cli·vi (-vī’) A downward-sloping surface.