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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

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

in the grip of in grip US English

Dominated or affected by something undesirable or adverse