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Definition of "clips" [clips]

  • To cut, snip, or trim with or as if with scissors or shears, esp in order to shorten or remove a part (verb)
  • To punch (a hole) in something, esp a ticket (verb)
  • To curtail or cut short (verb)
  • To move a short section from (a film, etc) (verb)
  • To shorten (a word) (verb)
  • To trot or move rapidly, esp over a long distance (verb)
  • To strike with a sharp, often slanting, blow (verb)
  • To obtain (money) by deception or cheating (verb)
  • To murder; execute (verb)
  • The act or process of clipping (noun)
  • Something clipped off (noun)
  • An extract from a film, newspaper, etc (noun)
  • A sharp, often slanting, blow (noun)
  • Speed (noun)
  • The total quantity of wool shorn, as in one place, season, etc (noun)
  • Plural form of clip. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clip. (verb)

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Use "clips" in a sentence
  • "But inviting talented videographers to share in the ad revenue generated by their clips is the way of the video-sharing future, analysts say."
  • "It's not bad, plus it adds some humor be interspersing clips from the film in between levels."
  • "It mashes up many, many clips from the new Who and sets it all to music, with Styx's "Come Sail Away" as the framing theme."