What does 'Succeed in the clutch' mean?
If you succeed in the clutch, you perform at a crucial time; it is particularly used in sports for the decisive moments of the game. The opposite is 'fail in the clutch.'
- Category: Sport
- Contributed By: Madeline Bodin
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