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  1. grab

    • IPA[ɡrab]

    美式

    • v.
      grasp or seize suddenly and roughly;make a sudden snatch at
    • n.
      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

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    • 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 a screen grab from Wednesday's program
    • 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 for elderly people, grab rails at strategic places are likely to prevent accidents
    • n.
      a frame of television or video footage that is digitized and stored as a still image for ... a screen grab from Wednesday's programme
    • v.
      take a screen grab of: the rap star screen-grabbed almost a dozen tweets from fans

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a frame of television or video footage that is digitized and stored as a still image for ... a screen grab from Wednesday's episode
    • v.
      take a screen grab of: the rap star screen-grabbed almost a dozen tweets from fans

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a container from which a person chooses a wrapped item at random, without knowing the contents.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a container from which a person chooses a wrapped item at random, without knowing the contents.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      attracting prominent notice in the news: a headline-grabbing tale of price-fixing headline-grabbing celebrity architects

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an act of seizing land in an opportunistic or unlawful manner: a ruthless land grab by paramilitary groups

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      attracting people's notice; striking: the buildings were sufficiently attention-grabbing to find their place in international magazines

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a rail for people to hold on to for support: patients may need grab rails or ramps fitted at home

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ɡrab]

    英式

    • v.
      grasp or seize suddenly and roughly: she grabbed him by the shirt collar she grabbed her keys and rushed out
    • n.
      a quick sudden clutch or attempt to seize: he made a grab at the pistol

    Oxford Dictionary