clobber

Definitions

General English

  • verb to affect badly, especially financially

Slang

  • noun clothes, accessories or equipment. The word is now so widespread as to be colloquial rather than slang. It dates from the 19th century but its origin is obscure; it may be an invention, a dialect form of ‘clothes’, or from the Yiddish klbr.
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