slow clap

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slow clap (plural slow claps)

  1. A form of clapping in which audience members clap slowly, with long intervals between claps, as a form of heckling and to show that they disapprove of a performer, speaker, etc.
  2. A form of applause (especially used in films for dramatic effect) that slowly crescendoes from one person's clapping to a crowd's.

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