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grip US English

Take and keep a firm hold of; grasp tightly

grip US Thesaurus

she gripped the edge of the table

key grip US English

The person in a film crew who is in charge of the camera equipment

key grip New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

person in charge of a film crew's camera equipment

devil's grip US English

Informal term for Bornholm disease.

kirby grip US English

A type of hairgrip consisting of a thin folded and sprung metal strip or wire

pistol grip US English

(Especially of a tool) a handle shaped like the butt of a pistol

twist-grip US English

A control operated manually by twisting, especially one serving as a handgrip for operating the throttle on a motorcycle or for changing gear on a bicycle

get a grip US English

Keep or recover one’s self-control

lose one's grip US English

Become unable to understand or control one’s situation

get a grip on US English

Take control of

in the grip of US English

Dominated or affected by something undesirable or adverse

tight US English

(Of a grip) very firm so as not to let go

get a grip in grip US English

Keep or recover one’s self-control

handgrip US English

A handle for holding onto something

lose one's grip in grip US English

Become unable to understand or control one’s situation

get a grip on in grip US English

Take control of

in the grip of in grip US English

Dominated or affected by something undesirable or adverse