What's your favorite kind of fish to catch?
He doesn't want to leave the room because he's afraid that he'll catch another cold.
Some Italian fashion designers are saying that white bathing suits will catch on this year.
Since I was sick for a week, I'm making every possible effort to catch up.
I will catch up on my homework tonight.
Is it possible to catch AIDS from toilet seats? "No, it isn't."
If you catch a cold, you cannot easily get rid of it.
She won't leave the room, because she doesn't want to catch another cold.
That offer sounds too good to be true. What's the catch?
I've got 20 bucks that says we'll catch the escaped prisoners before daybreak.
You may catch him, if you call at his office before eight.
I'll let you off this time, but I don't ever want to catch you stealing again.
It's possible, though rare, for humans to catch diseases from animals.
You may catch sight of our house from the train.
The car stalled because you didn't step on the clutch.
He'll clutch at any straw.
She clutched his hand.
She was clutching a bottle of champagne.
To grasp (something) tightly is called to clutch
He died, clutching his stomach.
Push the clutch down with your left foot.
The preschooler clutched his mother tightly.
But Bell cannot be freed entirely from the clutches of the Bloomsbury set,
I took my foot off the clutch
She inserted the key, pressed the clutch and turned the wheel.
The lorry needs a new clutch.
Dudley had a crisp twenty-pound note clutched in his fat fist
He was desperatly clutching to the edge
Repeatedly slamming the clutch pedal, I somehow managed to get the clutch disengaged so I could just about drive for the time being.
English word "抓住"(clutch) occurs in sets:词汇 (A-D) - Vocabulary (A-D)
3. to grasp
I find these mathematical problems difficult to grasp.
It took me quite a long time to grasp what the aim of the game was.
English word "抓住"(to grasp) occurs in sets:词汇 (E-H) - Vocabulary (E-H)