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clinchverb

uk   us   /klɪntʃ/ informal

clinch verb (WIN)

[T] to finally get or win something: I hear he finally clinched the deal to buy the land he wanted.

clinch verb (DECIDE)

clinch it to make someone decide what to do after a lot of thought or discussion: When they said the job would involve travelling to Paris, that clinched it (for her) (= that made her certain that she wanted the job).

clinchnoun [C]

uk   us   /klɪntʃ/
the position two people are in when they are holding each other tightly in their arms, when fighting or showing love
Traducciones de “clinch”
in Vietnamese ký kết…
en español cerrar…
in Thai เห็นพ้อง…
in Malaysian mencapai penyelesaian…
en francés conclure…
en alemán zum Abschluß bringen…
en chino (tradicionál) 贏得, 獲得, 最終贏得…
in Indonesian menyelesaikan…
en ruso заключать (сделку)…
en turco nihayet halletmek, çözümlemek, almak…
en chino (simplificado) 赢得, 获得, 最终赢得…
en polaco sfinalizować…
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