- grasp or seize suddenly and roughly；obtain or get (something) quickly or opportunistically
- a quick sudden clutch or attempt to seize；an act of obtaining something opportunistically or unscrupulously
verb: grab, 3rd person present: grabs, gerund or present participle: grabbing, past tense: grabbed, past participle: grabbed
noun: grab, plural noun: grabs
- 1. grasp or seize suddenly and roughly she grabbed him by the shirt collar she grabbed her keys and rushed out 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ informal obtain or get (something) quickly or opportunistically I'll grab another drink while there's still time 同義詞
- ▪ (of a brake on a vehicle) grip the wheel harshly or jerkily the brakes grabbed very badly
- 2. informal attract the attention of; make an impression on how does that grab you?
- 1. a quick sudden clutch or attempt to seize he made a grab at the pistol
- ▪ an act of obtaining something opportunistically or unscrupulously they used the law to effect a land grab
- ▪ a frame of video or television footage, digitized and stored as a still image in a computer memory for subsequent display, printing, or editing I've added frame grabs to give a good flavour of what the film is all about
- 2. a mechanical device for clutching, lifting, and moving things, especially materials in bulk.
- ▪ denoting a bar or strap for people to hold on to for support or in a moving vehicle a grab rail