Synonyms of click in English:

click


See definition of click

noun

1‘the door shut with a click’

SYNONYMS

clink, clack, chink, snick, snap, pop, tick


verb

1‘the cameras clicked as the oarsmen prepared for the challenge’

SYNONYMS

clink, clack, chink, snick, tick

snap, pop

2‘that night it just clicked that this was what I wanted to do’

SYNONYMS

become clear, fall into place, come home to one, make sense, dawn, register, get through, sink in

3‘we just clicked, and very quickly I found myself falling deeper and deeper in love’

SYNONYMS

take to each other, get along, get on, warm to each other, be compatible, be in harmony, be like-minded, feel a rapport, see eye to eye

hit it off, get on like a house on fire, be on the same wavelength

4‘I don't think this issue has clicked with the voters’

SYNONYMS

go down well, prove popular, be a hit, make a hit, get an enthusiastic reception, be successful, be a success, succeed