2 unwanted echoes that interfere with the observation of signals on a radar screen v : fill a space in a disorderly way [syn: clutter up] [ant: unclutter]
- Rhymes with: -ʌtə(r)
a confused disordered jumble of things
- Finnish: sotku
- to fill something with clutter
Clutter may refer to any of the following:
- Excessive physical disorder:
- A confusing or disorderly state or collection; or the creation thereof. Excessive, unnecessary or uncontrolled clutter can be a symptom of compulsive hoarding.
- A type of light pollution
- Clutter (radar): Unwanted echoes in electronic systems.
- Clutter (marketing): The extreme amount of advertisements or products the average American consumer comes into contact with.
- A clutter in mathematics is a kind of collection of sets
- In computing, Clutter is an animation library.
- Cluttered speech, when speech becomes broken or sounds nervous
- The Clutter Family (Herb, Bonnie, Nancy, and Kenyon Clutter), whose murder was documented in the Truman Capote "nonfiction novel" In Cold Blood
clutter in German: Clutter
clutter in Spanish: Clutter
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