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  1. clutch

    • IPA[kləCH]

    美式

    • v.
      grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly;become nervous and panicked
    • n.
      a tight grasp or an act of grasping something;a person's power or control, especially when perceived as cruel or inescapable
    • adj.
      (in sport) denoting or occurring in a critical situation in which the outcome of a game or competition is at stake;(of a player or action) achieving or characterized by success at a critical moment in a game or competition
    • noun: clutch, plural noun: clutches

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly he stood clutching a microphone Mrs. Longhill clutched at the idea
    • become nervous and panicked doctors could clutch up and lose control as easily as anyone

    名詞

    • 1. a tight grasp or an act of grasping something she made a clutch at his body
    • a person's power or control, especially when perceived as cruel or inescapable she escaped the clutches of her temperamental family
    • 2. a mechanism for connecting and disconnecting a vehicle engine from its transmission system she let the clutch in and the car surged forward
    • the pedal operating a vehicle's clutch.
    • 3. North American a slim, flat handbag without handles or a strap.

    形容詞

    • 1. US informal (in sport) denoting or occurring in a critical situation in which the outcome of a game or competition is at stake they both are hard-nosed players who seem to thrive in clutch situations
    • US informal (of a player or action) achieving or characterized by success at a critical moment in a game or competition a clutch quarterback clutch free-throw shooting
    • n.
      a device for coupling two shafts in order to transmit motion, one part having teeth which ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a device for coupling two shafts in order to transmit motion, one part having teeth which ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      release and reengage the clutch of a vehicle twice when changing gear.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a clutch in which friction between two moving surfaces is increased until they move in unison.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      release and reengage the clutch of a vehicle twice when changing gear; double-declutch.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a slim, flat handbag without handles or a strap.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[klʌtʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      grasp (something) tightly: he stood clutching a microphone Mrs Longhill clutched at the idea
    • n.
      a tight grasp: she made a clutch at his body
    • adj.
      (in sport) denoting or occurring at a critical situation in which the outcome of a game or ... they both are hard-nosed players who seem to thrive in clutch situations

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[klʌtʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a group of eggs fertilized at the same time, laid in a single session and (in birds) incubated ... they lay fewer than ten eggs in a clutch

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[kləCH]

    美式

    • n.
      a group of eggs fertilized at the same time, laid in a single session and (in birds) incubated ... they lay fewer than ten eggs in a clutch

    Oxford American Dictionary

  2. 知識+

    • 問英文 come through in the clutch

      he came through in the clutch 在最緊要關頭,他做到了(或他完成了,他成功了). Well if it isn't 啊! 如果不是(他的話,事情絕對不會成功).這個句子基本上,都是用來強調某個人或某件事的重要性. well在此只是簡單的語助詞.

    • 一把"抓"的動詞差異

      ... for me to grasp the concept when I can see a picture. 4. clutch (人) 抓緊(She’s clutching a bag.)http://www.jessicabags...

    • 請告知cluch的中文意思?

      應該是clutch吧!? clutch vt. (及物動詞 transitive verb) 抓住;攫取 He clutched the...vi. (不及物動詞 intransitive verb) 抓,攫[(+at)] A drowning man will clutch at a straw. 快溺死的人連一根稻草也要抓。 n. (名詞 noun)[C] 爪子;手...