Clatter means to make noise or racket.(verb)
An example of clatter is to shuffle around in a bunch of metal pieces.
The definition of clatter refers to a rattling sound, or fast rapid talking.(noun)
An example of a clatter is the sound of a train on the tracks.
See clatter in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME clateren < OE *clatrian (akin to MDu klateren) < IE base *gal-, to call, cry out
Origin: ME clater < the v.
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verb clat·tered, clat·ter·ing, clat·ters verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English clateren
Origin: , from Old English *clatrian; see gal- in Indo-European roots.
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