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Translation of "clench" - English-Spanish dictionary

clench

verb   /klentʃ/
to close or hold something very tightly, often in a determined or angry way apretar, agarrar The old man clenched his fist and waved it angrily at us. With a knife clenched in/between his teeth, he climbed up the tree to cut some coconuts. ‘Get out of here,’ she said through clenched teeth.791
(Definition of clench from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clench

verb /klentʃ/
to close tightly together apretar He clenched his teeth/fist.
(Definition of clench from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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