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clasp

verb [T] uk   /klɑːsp/  us   /klæsp/
to hold someone or something firmly in your hands or arms: He was clasping the vase tightly, terrified of dropping it. Lie on your back, clasp your knees and pull them down towards your chest. She clasped her son in her arms.

clasp

noun uk   /klɑːsp/  us   /klæsp/
[S] a tight hold with your hand or arms: She held the child's hand in a firm clasp as they crossed the road. [C] a small metal device that is used to fasten a belt, bag, or a piece of jewellery
Traducciones de “clasp”
en árabe يَحْضُن…
en coreano 꽉 쥐다…
in Malaysian kancing…
en francés fermoir…
en turco kavramak, sıkıca tutmak, yakalamak…
en italiano stringere, serrare…
en chino (tradicionál) 抱緊, 握緊, 抓緊…
en ruso обнимать, сжимать…
en polaco ściskać…
in Vietnamese cái móc…
en español cierre, broche…
en portugués apertar, agarrar, segurar…
in Thai ตัวเกี่ยวให้แน่น…
en alemán der Haken…
en catalán estrènyer, agafar…
en japonés ~を抱きしめる…
in Indonesian kaitan…
en chino (simplificado) 抱紧, 握紧, 抓紧…
(Definition of clasp from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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