Definition of clamper in English:

clamper

noun

See clamp

‘A large crowd gathered around the car, shouting ‘shame, shame’, and ‘move the truck’ at the clampers.’
  • ‘Personally, I believe the police, traffic wardens, clampers, etc would stop harassing motorists if motorists stopped breaking the laws.’
  • ‘Police are still seeking the driver who, after her car was clamped and released at a cost of nearly £100, grabbed the keys of the clampers ' van and drove off.’
  • ‘A mother who claims she was forced to pay £155 after her car was clamped on a petrol station forecourt has accused the clampers of lying in wait.’
  • ‘The clampers are charging non-permit holders £100 to have the device removed.’