- v. 扭住；敲弯
- n. 拥吻；钉牢
- n. (Clinch)人名；(英)克林奇
CET6+ TEM8 GRE
1. cling => clinch, clench.
2. 板上钉钉就是把事情定下来。=> 确定、决定、解决。
5. 解决最后一公里的问题 => 类推为：解决最后一英寸(inch)的问题 => clinch.
6. cling(紧紧抓住) + inch(英寸) => clinch => 紧紧抓住最后一英寸的问题，将其解决掉，以赢得最后的胜利。
- clinch (v.)
- 1560s, "clasp, interlock," especially with a bent nail, variant of clench. The sense of "settle decisively" is first recorded 1716, from the notion of "clinching" the point of a nail to keep it fast. Boxing sense is from 1860. Related: Clinched; clinching.
- clinch (n.)
- 1620s, "method of fastening," from clinch (v.). Meaning "a fastening by bent nail" is from 1650s. In pugilism, from 1875.
- 1. They were caught in a clinch when their parents returned home unexpectedly.
- 2. This has fuelled speculation that he is about to clinch a deal with an American engine manufacturer.
- 3. The two lovers were locked in a clinch.
- 4. It can work in conjunction with sales and promotional activities to clinch a deal.
- 5. China has a saying: " not not clinch a deal. "
- 中国有一句古话: “ 不打不成交 ” .
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