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clinch

US [klɪntʃ]
UK [klɪntʃ]
  • n.拥抱;(格斗中双方的)互相扭抱
  • v.成功取得;赢得;提供解决办法;确定
  • Web钉牢;敲弯;铆钉
Simple Present:clinches  Present Participle:clinching  Past Tense:clinched  
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v.
1.
~ sth
成功取得;赢得to succeed in achieving or winning sth
to clinch an argument/a deal/a victory
赢得辩论;成交;赢得胜利
2.
~ sth
提供解决办法;解决;确定to provide the answer to sth; to settle sth that was not certain
‘I'll pay your airfare.’ ‘Okay, that clinches it ─I'll come with you.’
“我会帮你付飞机票。”“好,就这么说定,我跟你一起去。”
a clinching argument
让人折服的论证
n.
1.
(informal)
(恋人相互的)搂抱,拥抱a position in which two lovers hold each other tightly
2.
(格斗中双方的)互相扭抱a position in a fight in which two opponents hold each other tightly

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Between them, Verizon, AT&T and others paid close on $20 billion to clinch this prime spectrum.
这当中,VERIZON,AT&T和其他公司为这个主要频谱花了将近200亿美元。
qǐng wǒ xī wàng nǐ de jī jí de dá fù , zhè yǔ wǒ lián xì de diàn zǐ yóu jiàn dì zhǐ duàn 。