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Spanish translation of “clutch”

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clutch

verb /klatʃ/
(with at) to try to take hold of
agarrar
I clutched at a floating piece of wood to save myself from drowning.
to hold tightly (in the hands)
apretar
She was clutching a 50–cent piece.
clutch at straws to hope that something may help one in a hopeless situation
aferrarse a cualquier cosa
I’m probably clutching at straws, but we could still score a last-minute goal.
(Definition of clutch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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