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  1. clench

    • IPA[klɛn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      (with reference to the fingers or hand) close into a tight ball, especially as a manifestation of extreme anger;(with reference to the teeth) press or be pressed tightly together, especially with anger or determination or so as to suppress a strong emotion
    • n.
      a contraction or tightening of part of the body
    • verb: clench, 3rd person present: clenches, gerund or present participle: clenching, past tense: clenched, past participle: clenched

    • noun: clench, plural noun: clenches

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    • 1. a contraction or tightening of part of the body she saw the anger rise, saw the clench of his fists
    • adj.
      (of the fingers or hand) closed into a tight ball: he struck the wall with his clenched fist

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of the fingers or hand) closed into a tight ball: he struck the wall with his clenched fist

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[klen(t)SH]

    美式

    • v.
      (with reference to the fingers or hand) close into a tight ball, especially when feeling ... she clenched her fists, struggling for control John's right hand clenched into a fist
    • n.
      a contraction or tightening of part of the body: she saw the anger rise, saw the clench of his fists

    Oxford American Dictionary