- v.（尤指两人）互相紧紧抱[扭]住( clinch的过去式和过去分词 ); <非正>解决（争端、交易），达成（协议）;
Hibernian clinched the First Division title when they beat Hamilton 2-0.
That was the clue which clinched it for us.
The two businessmen clinched the deal quickly.
Evidently this information clinched the matter.
It clinched her convictions concerning her state.
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They clinched their arguments with Biblical chapter and verse.
He clinched his hands. He knitted his brows and tightened his lips.
The boxers clinched and the referee had to separate them.
She clinched her hands and shook her head bleakly.
The two companies clinched the deal quickly.
He clinched his big fists and his teeth.
When the boxers clinched, the audience hissed.
We clinched the agreement with a handshake.
My assent to the proposal clinched the bargain.
A deposit of five dollars clinched the bargain.
1. closed or squeezed together tightly;
"a clenched fist"
"his clenched (or clinched) teeth"