clama is a conjugated form of the verb clamar - View Conjugation
transitive verb
1. (to demand) 
Los aldeanos clamaban la ejecución del asesino.The villagers cried out for the execution of the murderer.
b. to clamor for (United States) 
Los familiares de la víctima claman justicia.The relatives of the victim clamor for justice.
c. to clamour for (United Kingdom) 
Los feministas claman derechos igualitarios.Feminists clamour for equal rights.
intransitive verb
2. (to call out) 
El soldado herido clamaba, pero el médico no aparecía.The wounded soldier cried out, but the medic didn't show up.
3. (to argue against; used with "contra") 
Los obreros clamaron contra el recorte de sueldo.The workers protested against the pay cut.
Los manifestantes clamaban contra el abuso de poder de la policía.The protesters cried out against the police's abuse of power.
c. to clamor (United States) 
El cuerpo docente clamó contra el despido del profesor Rojas.The faculty clamored against the dismissal of professor Rojas.
d. to clamour (United Kingdom) 
Clamamos contra las injusticias cometidas contra las minorías.We clamoured against the injustices committed against minorities.
transitive verb
1. (exigir) 
a. to cry out for 
clamar justiciato cry out for justice
intransitive verb
2. (implorar) 
a. to appeal 
3. (protestar) 
a. to cry out 
4. (fig) 
es como clamar en el desiertoit's like talking to a brick wall
transitive verb
[+justicia, venganza] to clamour for; clamor for; (EEUU) cry out for; [+inocencia] to proclaim;
intransitive verb
(protestar) to protest
clamar contra to protest against; cry out against; clamar por to clamour for; clamor for; (EEUU) to cry out for
clamar al cielo o a Dios to be an absolute outrage
clama a Dios como vive esta pobre gente esto clama a Dios esto clama al cielo
una injusticia que clama al cielo an absolutely outrageous injustice
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