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  1. clob·ber
    IPA[ˈkläbər]
  2. verb

    • 1. hit (someone) hard:

      if he does that I'll clobber him!
    • 2. treat or deal with harshly:

      the recession clobbered other parts of the business
    • 3. defeat heavily:

      the Braves clobbered the Cubs 23–10
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: clobber, 3rd person present: clobbers, gerund or present participle: clobbering, past tense: clobbered, past participle: clobbered

    • noun

      clothing, personal belongings, or equipment:
    • verb

      add enameled decoration to (porcelain).
    • verb

      hit (someone) hard:

      treat or deal with harshly:

    • verb

      add enamelled decoration to (porcelain).
    • noun

      clothing, personal belongings, or equipment:
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