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clench

verb [T]     /klentʃ/
to close or hold something very tightly, often in a determined or angry way (常指堅決或生氣地)捏緊,握緊,咬緊 The old man clenched his fist and waved it angrily at us. 那老頭緊握著拳頭,氣哼哼地向我們揮舞著。 With a knife clenched in/between his teeth, he climbed up the tree to cut some coconuts. 他嘴裡緊咬著一把刀,爬上樹去割椰子。 "Get out of here, " she said through clenched teeth. 「滾出去,」她咬牙切齒地說。 Having in your hands
(Definition of clench from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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