[ klapt-out ]
/ ˈklæptˈaʊt /
adjective British Informal.
(of machinery or appliances) worn-out; dilapidated.
(of a person) exhausted; fatigued.
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Origin of clapped-out
First recorded in 1945–50
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British Dictionary definitions for clapped-out
(clapped-out when prenominal) British, Australian and NZ informal (esp of machinery) worn out; dilapidated
Australian and NZ extremely tired; exhausted
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