clap (something) together

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clap (something) together

To slap or smack two things together, typically resulting in a clapping noise. Please clap your shoes together outside to get the dirt out of them. He clapped his hands together to the music of the band.
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clap something together

to slap two things, usually hands, together so that they make a noise. The boys clapped their hands together whenever a goal was scored. One of the orchestra members clapped two blocks of wood together periodically, making a very loud noise.
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There wasn't that extreme chanting from one end of the ground like we're used to, it was more all four stands joining and clapping together.
Our generation is used to seeing scenes such as these of the Kremlin leaders, from the likes of Brezhnev, Kosygin and Gromyko in the days of the bygone Soviet Union, lined up side by side from on top of that wall overlooking the parade of the Red Army: Clapping together, smiling together, and raising their hands to salute together.
He'd seen two members of the audience - one who'd lost his right arm and one who'd lost his left - sitting next to each other and clapping together while cheering at the tops of their voices?