(=fijo) (con clavos, puntas)
[mueble] studded with nails
4 dejar a algn clavado to leave sb speechless
quedó clavado he was speechless o dumbfounded
5 a las cinco clavadas at five sharp o on the dot
es Pedro clavado he's the spitting image of Pedro
es o (LAm) está clavado a su padre he's the spitting image of his father
7 ¡clavado! exactly!, precisely!
dar un clavado to dive, take a dive
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary
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