What does it mean please?

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Anglika

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The full context would help.

Either you don't want to be chastised for something ["Do you want a clip round the ear?" "No, I don't want my ears clipped!"] or it is being used to suggest that you don't want to be restrained in some way.
 

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Re: What does it imply?

You must use it in a sentence or tell us in what context (subject matter) this deals with.

Having your ears clipped could mean being disciplined.

Dogs have their ears clipped.

It might mean getting plastic surgery on your ears.

Where did you see or hear it?
 
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