Word: clutch

Category: clutch

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Related words: clutch

the clutch, fan clutch, clutch pedal, clutch master, clutch bag, clutch purse, clutch master cylinder, clutch fluid, motorcycle clutch, black clutch, kenny clutch, iphone clutch, michael kors clutch, louis vuitton clutch, tory burch clutch, ac compressor clutch

Synonyms: clutch

group, batch, collection, raft, armful, load, bunch, ton, clutch bag, grasp, grip, clutches, hold, clasp, clench, clutch pedal

Translations: clutch

spanish
embrague, acoplamiento


german
vogelgelege, gelege, schaltkupplung, kuppelung, kupplung

french
happer, saisir, empoigner, appréhender, serrer, ...

italian
adunghiare, avvinghiare, innesto, frizione, ghermire

portuguese
embreagem, embraiagem, de embreagem, da embraiagem, da embreagem

dutch
bemachtigen, koppeling, grijpen

russian
схватить, кулачок, лапа, вцепляться, хватка, ...

norwegian
kløtsj, clutchen, koplings

swedish
koppling, kopplings, kopplingen, kuvert

finnish
pitää, kytkin, jumittua, jumiutua

danish
gribe, kobling

czech
chytat, chňapat, spojka, sevření, popadnout, ...

polish
ściskać, wyląg, pazur, uścisk, chwyt, ...

hungarian
kuplung

turkish
debriyaj, kavrama, kavramalı, kavraması

greek
απομόνωση, πιάνω, κλώσημα, αρπάζω

ukrainian
зчеплення, яйця, владу, ухопитися, захоплення

albanian
tufë, shtrëngim, friksion, kapje, shtrëngoj

bulgarian
хватка

belarusian
счапленне

estonian
sidur, haare

croatian
zgrabiti, spojka, šape, zahvat, kvačilo, ...

icelandic
Clutch, kúplingu, kúpling, kúplingin

lithuanian
sankaba

latvian
sajūgs

macedonian
спојката, спојка, квачило, квачилото, го куплунгот

romanian
ambreiaj

slovenian
spojka

slovak
spojka

Popularity stats: clutch

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The meaning and "use of": clutch

noun
  • a tight grasp or an act of grasping something.
  • a slim, flat handbag without handles or a strap.
  • a mechanism for connecting and disconnecting a vehicle engine from its transmission system.
  • a group of eggs fertilized at the same time, typically laid in a single session and (in birds) incubated together.

verb
  • grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly.

adjective
  • (in sport) denoting or occurring in a critical situation in which the outcome of a game or competition is at stake.

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