- vt.紧握，抓紧; 钉牢; [航海] 系紧：用绳结捆绑;
- 第三人称单数: clenches;
- 过去式: clenched;
- 过去分词: clenched;
- 现在分词: clenching;
Patsy had to clench her jaw to suppress her anger.
I felt the clench of his hand on my arm.
Happiness seems meteor, who can accompany to me clench it.
He had to clench his teeth to stop himself from shouting with delight.
Please clench your fist again. You will feel a little pain.
From out the past, and make her clench her hands?
You need to gently clench thearound sides of the fastening, and then squeezethe hooks release.
你需要紧紧地抓住扣子的两端,拧一下, 勾子就会脱掉. 祝贺你!
She felt a clench in her stomach as she saw him.
Breathe out slowly and then clench your abdomen muscles.
His father taught him how to tie the clench.
I'll try to do it carefully. Please clench your fist.
His hands continued to clench and unclench.
The doctor told him to relax and not to clench his hands like that.
The boxer clinched his opponent; clench a steering wheel.
The person that how will create grandly and read reader clench?
Mike clench his hand with a wrathful spark in his eyes.
I felt my jaws clench and teeth grind together.
His fists clench and unclench in leashed frustration at his impotence.
1. a small slip noose made with seizing
2. the act of grasping;
"he released his clasp on my arm"
"he has a strong grip for an old man"
"she kept a firm hold on the railing"
1. hold in a tight grasp;
"clench a steering wheel"
2. squeeze together tightly;
"clench one's jaw"