What does Clutch mean?

a positive affirmation.



Other definitions of Clutch:

  • in sports, referring to a critical situation in which the outcome of a game or competition is at stake.

  • a small case or bag used to carry personal items of value.

  • a mechanical device that engages and disengages the power, transmission from driving shaft to driven shaft.

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How to use the term Clutch:

  • "That play was clutch!"

  • "Did you engage the clutch?"

  • "I typically keep my change in a small clutch in my bag."


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