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clincher
American English: /ˈklɪn(t)ʃər/
British English: /ˈklɪn(t)ʃə/

Translation of clincher in Spanish:

noun

  • [colloquial]
    factor (masculine) decisivo
    Example sentences
    • This book - another in the long line of fabulous limited edition books from Genesis Publications - is the clincher in that very argument.
    • Anderson secured the clincher in 73 minutes, his accurate header from Aitken's cross bringing a happy end to a day of mixed emotions.
    • It was a gamble that paid off in the most golden of coinage when Fletcher netted the play-off clincher four minutes later.

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