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To have taken control of with one's hands
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To have accepted or received, typically something awarded
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“He would grab first prize in the competition.”
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To have instigated the curiosity or attention of someone
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“You want to grab the audience from the first moment and keep them with you until the very end.”
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Past tense for to take or gain possession of, usually quickly or opportunistically
“Remind me to grab my keys before we leave.”
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Past tense for to steal or take possession of unlawfully
“The scoundrel would grab some items from the shelves before leaving the supermarket.”
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Past tense for to buy or purchase (something)
“We should grab some food along the way.”
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Past tense for to delight, allure or attract in an almost magical manner
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Past tense for to detain (a person) in conversation against their will
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Past tense for to make a strong, lasting, or favorable impression on
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Past tense for to grab (someone), usually aggressively, to stop them or bring them to ground
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Past tense for to appropriate or lay claim to something for oneself without right
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Past tense for to remove or take out, especially with effort or force
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Past tense for catch hold of and pull quickly
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Bitten off
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Past tense for to touch or stroke lovingly
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Past tense for to clumsily dig through something
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Past tense for to accept something willingly or gladly
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Past tense for to steal and carry off, especially through plundering
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Past tense for to seize and detain a person unlawfully
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Past tense for to encourage or arouse interest, activity or enthusiasm in
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Past tense for amuse
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Past tense for surround; envelop
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Past tense for give or cause to give a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement
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Past tense for tear
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Past tense for to spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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Past tense for to feel irritated or resentful
Adjective
Deeply moved emotionally
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