clenching

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Englisch - Türkisch
kenetlenmesi
clench
{f} (yumruğunu/dişlerini) sıkmak
clench
{f} kenetlemek
clench
perçinleme
clench
sık

Tom onun yumruğunu sıktı. - Tom clenched his fist.

Tom'un elleri sıkıca yumruk haline getirildi. - Tom's hands were tightly clenched into fists.

clench
yummak
clench
sıkıştırmak
clench
pekiştirmek
clench
sıkıca kavramak
clench
(diş/el/vb.) sıkmak
clench
sımsıkı kapamak
clench
{i} sıkış
jaw clenching
(Tıp, İlaç) Diş gıcırdatma
teeth clenching
(Diş) Diş gıcırdatma
clench
sık,v.sık: n.sıkış
clench
{f} yapışmak
clench
{f} sıkmak
clench
{f} perçinlemek
clench
{f} kavramak
clench
sıkıca yakalamak
clench
tutmak
clench
sıkıca kavra/kapa
Englisch - Englisch
{i} grasping, holding tightly
The forceful holding together of the upper and lower teeth, which places stress on the ligaments that hold the teeth to the jawbone and the lower jaw to the skull
The forceful holding together of the upper and lower teeth See more about this and bite adjustment
present participle of clench
clenching fists
forming the fingers of the hand into tight balls
clench
To squeeze; to grip or hold tightly

He clenched his fist in anger.

clench
A seal that is applied to formed thin-wall bushings
clench
Tight grip
clench
{f} clasp together; hold tightly
clench
When you clench your fist or your fist clenches, you curl your fingers up tightly, usually because you are very angry. Alex clenched her fists and gritted her teeth She pulled at his sleeve and he turned on her, fists clenching again before he saw who it was. angry protestors with clenched fists
clench
a small slip noose made with seizing
clench
hold in a tight grasp; "clench a steering wheel"
clench
squeeze together tightly; "clench one's jaw" hold in a tight grasp; "clench a steering wheel
clench
If you clench something in your hand or in your teeth, you hold it tightly with your hand or your teeth. I clenched the arms of my chair. = grip
clench
When you clench your teeth or they clench, you squeeze your teeth together firmly, usually because you are angry or upset. Patsy had to clench her jaw to suppress her anger Slowly, he released his breath through clenched teeth. = grit
clench
hold in a tight grasp; "clench a steering wheel
clench
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"
clench
squeeze together tightly; "clench one's jaw"
clenching

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    Etymologie

    [ 'klench ] (transitive verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old English -clencan; akin to Old English clingan to cling.

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