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clutch1 US English

Grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly

clutch2 US English

A group of eggs fertilized at the same time, typically laid in a single session and (in birds) incubated together

clutch in clutch bag US English

A slim, flat handbag without handles or a strap

clutch bag US English

A slim, flat handbag without handles or a strap

grasp at straws US English

Be in such a desperate situation as to resort to even the most unlikely means of salvation

dog clutch US English

A device for coupling two shafts in order to transmit motion, one part having teeth that engage with slots in another

double-clutch US English

Release and reengage the clutch of a vehicle twice when changing gear

friction clutch US English

A clutch in which friction between two moving surfaces is increased until they move in unison

in the clutch US English

At a critical moment

let in the clutch US English

Engage (or release) the clutch of a vehicle by releasing pressure on (or applying it to) the clutch pedal

in the clutch in clutch1 US English

At a critical moment

grasp at straws in straw US English

Be in such a desperate situation as to resort to even the most unlikely means of salvation

clutch up in clutch1 US English

Become nervous and panicked

let in the clutch in let1 US English

Engage (or release) the clutch of a vehicle by releasing pressure on (or applying it to) the clutch pedal

let in or out the clutch in let1 US English

Engage (or release) the clutch of a vehicle by releasing pressure on (or applying it to) the clutch pedal

clutch1 US Thesaurus

she clutched his arm

clutch2 US Thesaurus

a clutch of eggs

clutch English-Spanish

to make a clutch at sth

clutch Spanish-English

clutch

clutch bag English-Spanish

bolso sin asas, sobre masculineLatin America/América Latina

double-clutch English-Spanish

hacer* un doble embrague

clutch at in clutch1 US Thesaurus

she saved herself by clutching at a branch

to clutch at sth English-Spanish

tratar de agarrarse

in the clutch in clutch English-Spanish

en las emergencias

clutch (pedal) in clutch English-Spanish

(pedal masculine del) embrague masculine, clutch masculineCentral America/América CentralColombiaMexico/MéxicoVenezuela

to slip the clutch in slip English-Spanish

mantener* el pedal del embrague deprimido

to engage the clutch in engage English-Spanish

embragar*, apretar* el embrague

to let out the clutch in clutch English-Spanish

desembragar*, soltar* el embrague

to disengage the clutch in disengage English-Spanish

desembragar*, soltar* el embrague

take your foot off the clutch in take English-Spanish

levanta el pie del embrague

to put in o depress the clutch in clutch English-Spanish

embragar*, apretar* el embrague

the clutch has to be fully in in in English-Spanish

hay que meter el embrague hasta el fondo

Stephens retired with clutch problems in retire English-Spanish

Stephens abandonó (la carrera) por problemas de embrague

to dismantling clutch and repairing same in same English-Spanish

por desmontar el embrague y repararlo

to clutch o catch o grasp at straws in straw English-Spanish

aferrarse desesperadamente a una esperanza

she felt the clutch of the tentacle around her leg in clutch English-Spanish

sintió como el tentáculo le agarraba la pierna


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