- 1clobber somebody to hit someone very hard If you do that again, I'll clobber you!
- 2 [often passive] clobber somebody/something to affect someone badly or to punish them, especially by making them lose money The paper got clobbered with libel damages of half a million dollars.
- 3[usually passive] clobber somebody/something to defeat someone completely We got clobbered in the game on Saturday.
NAmE//ˈklɑbər//(informal)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they clobber
he / she / it clobbers
past simple clobbered
-ing form clobbering