to hit (someone) very hard; to defeat (a person or team) very easily in a competition; to have a very bad effect on (someone or something)
- if he does that I’ll clobber him!
- Someone clobbered me from behind — found out it was Buddy.
- If Mac ever learns of this, he is going to clobber me.
- The football team clobbered their opponents 7 to 3.
- I must go there decently clobbered.
- I’ve got far too much clobber in my handbag.
- Motorists caught driving without insurance will be clobbered.
- We clobbered them in our last game.
- He is heavily clobbered by the increase in selective employment tax.
- колошматить, избить, избивать, одежда, тряпки