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grab British & World English

Grasp or seize suddenly and roughly

grab English Thesaurus

Doreen grabbed his arm, swinging him round

grab bag British & World English

A lucky dip in which wrapped items are chosen by people at random

money grab British & World English

An undignified or unprincipled acquisition of a large sum of money with little effort

screen grab British & World English

A frame of television or video footage that is digitized and stored as a still image for subsequent display, editing, or printing

smash-and-grab British & World English

Denoting a robbery in which the thief smashes a shop window and seizes goods

grab someone by the throat British & World English

Put one’s hands around someone’s throat, typically in an attempt to throttle them

grab someone by the throat in throat British & World English

Put one’s hands around someone’s throat, typically in an attempt to throttle them

grab or take someone by the throat in throat British & World English

Put one’s hands around someone’s throat, typically in an attempt to throttle them


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