There are 2 translations of grab in Spanish:

grab1

(-bb-)
Pronunciation: /græb/

vt

  • 1.1 (seize) [rope/hand] agarrar; [chance/opportunity] aprovechar he grabbed me by the arm me agarró del brazo she grabbed the money (away) from me me arrebató el dinero the advertisement grabbed my attention el anuncio me llamó la atención to grab the headlines saltar a los titulares 1.2 (appropriate) [land] apropiarse de, apoderarse de; [money] llevarse I grabbed the window seat me agarré or (esp Esp) cogí el asiento de la ventanilla 1.3 (eat, take hurriedly) [colloquial/familiar] I'll just grab a hamburger somewhere me comeré una hamburguesa en algún sitio por ahí grab a seat agárrate un asiento (AmL) [familiar/colloquial], coge asiento (Esp) 1.4 (appeal to) [colloquial/familiar] [idea] atraer* how does that grab you? ¿qué te parece?

vi

  • don't grab, wait your turn no arrebates, espera que te toque a tito grab at sth she grabbed at the rope trató de agarrar la cuerda he grabbed at the chance no dejó escapar la oportunidad

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Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.

There are 2 translations of grab in Spanish:

grab2

n

  • 1 (snatch) to make a grab for sth tratar de agarrar algo I made a grab at her arm to stop her falling quise agarrarla del brazo para que no se cayera the cat made a grab for the mouse el gato se abalanzó sobre el ratón up for grabs [colloquial/familiar] the job is up for grabs el puesto está vacante or libre her room is up for grabs su habitación ha quedado libre or disponible

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Word of the day lavado
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wash …
Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.