Idiom: Clutch play
What does 'Clutch play' mean?
If an activity is referred to as a clutch play, it means that the activity was the key to the success or failure of the venture. For instance, a clutch play in a baseball game may be striking out a batter with the bases loaded.
- Category: General
- Contributed By: Steve Greene
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