- great; "awesome"; "cool".
-- Citation removed to resolve a penalty against The Online Slang Dictionary. From "Nepotism", The Office (TV, 2010), Season 7 Episode 1
See more words meaning: good, okay, cool, awesome, fun
- helpful during a difficult situation or period of time. Something that "came through in the clutch", that is, came through in a difficult or trying time.
That money you sent me was clutch.
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- a difficult or trying time. Often used in sports to describe a player or team's ability (or inability) to deliver when peak performance is needed.
"Big-time players deliver in the clutch." Kurt Johnson, Roseville Press-Tribune
"David Wright has been wrong in the clutch for Mets." Peter Botte, NY Daily News
See more words meaning: hard, confusing, difficult, a problem
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