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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclip-onˈclip-on adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š ATTACHattached to something with a clip πŸ”Š clip-on earrings β€”clip-on noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
clip-onβ€’ A clip-on bobbin with a Betalight is used at night, with the Optonic of course.β€’ On such occasions you can not afford the time, nomatterhow little, to set up a clip-on bobbin.β€’ Fellas, no clip-on bow ties.β€’ The transistor should have a clip-on heatsink.β€’ One of the first that catches the eye is the range of clip-on panels that are supplied with the machine.β€’ Before setting off, when all had been packed away, I unwittingly slipped my clip-on sun-glasses into my back pocket.β€’ I was damned if some nineteen-year-old pipsqueak with zits and a clip-on tie was going to make me feel loathsome.β€’ The interviewer wore a short-sleeved white shirt and clip-on tie, which made him look like a used-car salesman.
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