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  1. grasp

    • IPA[ɡrasp]

    美式

    • v.
      seize and hold firmly;get mental hold of; comprehend fully
    • n.
      a firm hold or grip;a person's power or capacity to attain something
    • noun: grasp

    • verb: grasp, 3rd person present: grasps, gerund or present participle: grasping, past tense: grasped, past participle: grasped

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. seize and hold firmly:

      she grasped the bottle

    • 2. get mental hold of; comprehend fully:

      the way in which children could grasp complex ideas

    • 3. try to seize hold of:

      they grasped at each other with numbed fingers

      they had grasped at any means to overthrow him

    • 4. act decisively to the advantage of (something):

      we must grasp the opportunities offered

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a firm hold or grip:

      the child slipped from her grasp

    • 2. a person's power or capacity to attain something:

      he knew success was within his grasp

    • 3. a person's understanding:

      meanings that are beyond my grasp

      his grasp of detail

    • ph. be in such a desperate situation as to resort to even the most unlikely means of salvation

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    • ph. tackle a difficulty boldly

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    • ph. tackle a difficulty boldly

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    • ph. (of something important or worthwhile) be lost, especially as a result of carelessness or lack of effort

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    • ph. (of something important or worthwhile) be lost, especially as a result of carelessness or lack of effort

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    • ph. be in such a desperate situation as to resort to even the most unlikely means of salvation

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    • ph. lose hold or possession of something

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    • ph. lose hold or possession of something

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    • IPA[ɡrɑːsp]

    英式

    • v.
      seize and hold firmly:
    • she grasped the bottle

      Edward grasped her by the wrist

    • n.
      a firm hold or grip:
    • the child slipped from her grasp

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