clutch

to hold something tightly จับแน่น

Beckham was mobbed after the game by schoolchildren, with many of the boys wearing football tops from his previous clubs, while screaming girls clutched placards reading "I love you".

Be prepared for daily photos of grinning candidates clutching terrified babies, cooking noodles and kissing grandmas.

Clutching the US Open trophy, Murray then headed to Central Park, where he met up with his mother, Judy, his girlfriend, Kim Sears, and the world's media for a photoshoot.

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