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Definition of "clamping" [clamping]

  • Present participle of clamp. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "clamping" in a sentence
  • "Pretoria gathered on Wednesday to protest against what they called the clamping down on union activities by senior education officials, SABC radio news reported."
  • "What may not be overstated, however, is the difficulty governments have in clamping down on information like they once could."
  • "As soon as the big hosting and the big access providers both begin clamping down of SPF failures (or allow the customers to do do so if they wish) we will begin to see the end of spam, rather quickly."