Remember when “clutch” meant a little purse or handbag? It's also a verb to describe a tight grip. I recently learned that “clutch” now means “I got this”. “That’s clutch” means coming through at a pivotal moment, like a basketball player who shoots a three point shot at the buzzer. Apparently it has to do with the perfect timing of a clutch mechanism of a car, sending the car into either a forward motion or a stall. Read more here.