clutch at


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Translations

w>clutch at

vi +prep obj (lit)schnappen nach (+dat), → greifen; (= hold tightly)umklammert halten; (fig)sich klammern an (+acc) ? straw
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He tried to clutch at the edge of the table, dropped the revolver, staggered, and sat down on the ground, looking about him in astonishment.
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