Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Clutch"

The meaning of "Clutch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a clutch home run mean?
A: 自分のチームが負けてる時の、逆転のホームランのことです。
Q: What does clutch mean?
A: It is a car part.

It also means to hold something tightly.
“He clutched the keys in his hand.

Snatch is more like grabbing something.
“He snatched the keys off of the table.”

Clutch is also slang for being able to do things under pressure. Especially in basketball.
“Did you see him hit that 3 pointer to win the game? He is so clutch!”
Q: What does come through in the clutch with the lipsticks and phones mean?
A: Also, you can find all the meanings of any lyrics you want on genius, just type “ (a song title) ______ genius lyrics” and click on the lyrics that you don’t understand, it will show you the best explanation, because as far as i can see the answers were given by singers themselves,not everyone knows what does “ come through in the clutch with the lipstick &phones” mean, it’s a personal made up sentence that a singer/songwriter can only know. Hope it helped 😊💙
Q: What does clutch mean?
A: Hay dos (a veces tres) tipos de la palabra “clutch

1. clutch: to hold tight
Por ejemplo: “She clutches onto the bike handles.”

2. clutch: a part of a car
Por ejemplo: “Take your foot off of the clutch.”

3. clutch: a purse/ bag
Por ejemplo: “My money is in my clutch purse.”

Espero que esto ayuda!
Q: What does clutch mean?
A: It means to grab at, or grasp.

Example sentences using "Clutch"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to connect,
to con, to clutch, to stagger, to nudge. Are these used widely? .
A: I'd say that all of these verbs are used except for "to con." It would probably be more typical to use "to trick" or "to fool."
Maybe in speaking more people would say "to hold onto" than "to clutch" and "to push" more often than "to nudge" just because people tend to use smaller vocabularies when talking. Having a big vocabulary is a good thing though, so feel free to use those words. "To clutch" and "to nudge" are more specific than the other verbs I just mentioned, so there would definitely be times when those verbs would be the better ones.

"I connected my computer to the speaker."
"He was walking down the hall quite normally when all of a sudden he clutched at his chest and fell to the floor."
"He staggered under the weight of the boxes."
"I was lost in thought when my sister nudged me in the arm and pointed out the parade coming around the corner."
"The bed wasn't completely against the wall, so I nudged it a bit closer."
Q: Please show me example sentences with clutch.
A: Clutch has a few different meanings. It can be an action, "she clutched her pearl necklace." or it can mean a small purse you hold in your hand, or it can be a part of a car.
Q: Please show me example sentences with clutch.
A: Clutch means to do somwthing impressive under extreme pressure mainly used in sports like basketball, soccer, baseball and the like. For example,
"That was a clutch save by the goalie!"
"That 3 point shot by Stephen Curry was clutch"
"Damn you made it just in time, that's pretty clutch".
Q: Please show me example sentences with clutching.
A: @Al224: Clutching means grasping or seizing something.
Examples: Alex stood clutching his stomach because it hurt.
Destiny was clutching the doll to her chest while she slept.
The team clutched the victory at the last second of the game.
Q: Please show me example sentences with clutch.
A: She clutched her purse as she stepped out of the car

Synonyms of "Clutch" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between clutch and clasp and clench ?
A: clasp is to take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly while clench is to squeeze; to grip or hold tightly and clutch is to seize
Q: What is the difference between come in clutch and come through in the clutch ?
A: we only use come in clutch. the second one sounds very unnatural and we would never say it.

come in the clutch also sounds unnatural.

to be honest, I'm not sure why, it's just a common idiom we use "he came in clutch"
Q: What is the difference between clutch purse and clutch bag ?
A: They are pretty much the same
Q: What is the difference between clutch and snatch ?
A: Clutch is when you tightly hold something.

Example: I clutched my phone as my brother tried to steal it.

Snatch is when someone steals or grabs something from you suddenly.

Example: My brother snatched my phone right out of my hands.
Q: What is the difference between clutch and clasp ?
A: Clutch and clasp similar as verbs, although clutch intimates a tighter grip than clasp. (To clutch hands seems tighter than to clasp hands, which is a firm grip.). As nouns, they are different:
Clutch can mean the gear change mechanism in a car, a come from behind victory or a small purse. Clasp as a noun means a fastener (like for a necklace).

Translations of "Clutch"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? * is "clutch" usually used when someone's in worry or fear only ?
A: really!?!?! it helped a lot 😭 thanks btw the first example u told me means the definition on the first picture, not the second picture right ?🙋‍♀️
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? clutch
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? in clutch
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Clutch"

Q: There is a clutch of small shiny eggs up in the tree.
Who are in those eggs in the nest?

Does it sound natural?
A: The first sentence is very good. The second sentence needs a different question word...
for example:

What type of eggs are in the nest?
What species of bird laid the eggs?
Which bird do the eggs belong to?

Q: what does "in the clutch of his silver tongue" mean?🤔
A: It may mean they are at the mercy of his words.


What will happen to them depends on what he will say.
Q: What does "virtual clutch" mean?
Especially "clutch" in this context.

Even three years out of office, Mr. Obama remains one of the Democratic Party’s biggest draws for giant contributors and small donors alike. A virtual conversation on Tuesday with the actor George Clooney sold out of tickets that ranged from $250 to as much as $250,000. (The biggest donors got access to a small “virtual clutch” with Mr. Obama.)
A: It's an odd usage, and one I would not expect to see in print. It means a group - typically a group of hens.
Q: He's always delivering in a clutch situation.

In this sentence,
1. What does it mean, "deliever in"?
2. What is a "clutch situation"?
A: To be in a clutch situation is to be in a difficult setting with high risk and high reward. Someone delivering in a clutch situation handles the obstacles well and comes out ahead. You can picture someone tackling a tricky problem and "delivering" the reward to his supervisor. "Clutch" is a younger, trendier term; I've only ever heard it used in League of Legends commentary to describe a risky maneuver that has a high reward. "That was a clutch play!", for example.

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words


HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions