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grab /ɡræb/ verb (past tense and past participle grabbed, present participle grabbing) [transitive]


چنگک ، ربودن ، قاپیدن ، توقیف کردن ، چنگ زدن ، تصرف کردن ، سبقت گرفتن ، ربایش ، علوم مهندسی: قلاب ، عمران: بیل حفاری دندانه دار ، معماری: ابزارگیر ، قانون ـ فقه: غصب
grab
[verb]
Synonyms: snatch, capture, catch, catch or take hold of, clutch, grasp, grip, pluck, seize, snap up
English Thesaurus: hold, grip, clutch, clasp, get/take hold of something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. grab1 S2 W3 /ɡræb/ verb (past tense and past participle grabbed, present participle grabbing) [transitive]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Middle Dutch; Origin: Middle Low German grabben]

1. WITH YOUR HAND to take hold of someone or something with a sudden or violent movement Synonym : snatch:
I grabbed my bag and ran off.
Two men grabbed her and pushed her to the ground.
Kay grabbed hold of my arm to stop herself falling.
grab something from somebody/something
I managed to grab the gun from Bowen.

2. FOOD/SLEEP informal to get some food or sleep quickly because you are busy Synonym : snatch:
Why don’t you go and grab some sleep?
Hang on while I grab a cup of coffee.
Let’s grab a bite to eat before we go.

3. GET SOMETHING FOR YOURSELF to get something for yourself, sometimes in an unfair way:
Try to get there early and grab good seats.
Bob tried to grab all the profit.

4. CHANCE/OPPORTUNITY (also grab at something) informal to take an opportunity, accept an invitation etc immediately:
I think you should grab your chance to travel while you’re young.
She grabbed the opportunity to go to America.
Melanie grabbed at the invitation to go.
This is our chance to grab a slice of this new market.

5. GET ATTENTION to get someone’s attention:
The book is full of good ideas to grab your students’ attention.
The plight of the refugees immediately grabbed the headlines (=was the most important story in the newspapers).

6. how does something grab you? spoken used to ask someone if they would be interested in doing a particular thing:
How does the idea of a trip to Spain grab you?
grab at/for something phrasal verb
to quickly and suddenly put out your hand to try and catch or get something:
I grabbed at the glass just before it fell.
Lucy grabbed for the money.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. grab2 noun

1. make a grab for/at something to suddenly try to take hold of something:
As soon as he turned his back, I made a grab for the revolver.

2. be up for grabs informal if a job, prize, opportunity etc is up for grabs, it is available for anyone who wants to try to have it

3. [countable] the act of getting something quickly, especially in a dishonest way:
a shameless power grab to eliminate opposition
Officials denounced the settlers’ land grab.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

grab
verb
ADV. suddenly
VERB + GRAB try to | manage to He managed to grab a couple of hours' sleep.
PREP. at I grabbed at his arm as he ran past.
by As he walked past the boys, one of them grabbed him by the arm.
from Somebody tried to grab her handbag from her.
PHRASES grab hold of sth He grabbed hold of a handrail to save himself from falling.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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