Meaning of clickety-click in English:

clickety-click

Pronunciation /ˌklɪkɪtɪˈklɪk/

exclamation

  • Representing or suggesting a combination or rhythmic succession of clicking sounds. Often reduplicated.

noun

  • 1A combination or rhythmic succession of clicking sounds.

  • 2In bingo: (a nickname for) the number sixty-six.

verb

  • To make a rhythmic, swiftly paced succession or pattern of clicks.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Henry Cogswell Knight (1789–1835). From click + -ety + click.