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grabverb

  • jaつかむ、つかもうとする
  • ento quickly take, get, or hold someone or something

Examples

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When C.J. goes to get his morning coffee, we will arrive and grab him.
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He will pretend to struggle just enough to attract attention.
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Help!
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Help!
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The keys to the cuffs are on the back of the door.
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Could you be a doll and grab them and scoot on over here and unlock me?
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And, on a totally separate subject, that is a lovely pantsuit.
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Ooh, handle fell off. I'll just grab that.
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Nope.
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So looks like we're locked in.
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Put down your gun.
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Oh, man, grabbing Debbie was a big mistake.
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What do you mean by—
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So, to become an Avenger, are there trials or an interview?
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Just don't do anything I would do.
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And definitely don't do anything I wouldn't do.
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There's a little gray area in there and that's where you operate.
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All right?
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That's not a hug.
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I'm just grabbing the door for you. All right, kid.
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Good luck out there.
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Aah, I've been attacked!
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Oh, my God! Ah! Someone put a porcupine in my drawer.
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- Oh, my God. - Yeah.
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I was just sitting here at my desk.
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And I reached into my drawer to grab my toothbrush and some tooth powder.
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And all of a sudden, I was attacked by this bloodthirsty, rabid creature!
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I wonder, in this office, who has access to a porcupine?
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Or who in this office knows that I have access and is trying to set me up?
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Okay, I'm gonna go get us another round.
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I'll grab it.
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It's no big deal.
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Peter, you don't have to dote on me.
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I'm not that type of girl.

Other meanings for grab...

grabverb

  • ja〔人の心を〕とらえる
  • ento get the interest or attention of
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Hey, everybody.
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Could I grab your attention for just a second?
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Could you listen to me for a second?
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We were up at the front.
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And we were talking about what's really important, and...
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Pam, I think enough is enough.
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I think we should set a date for our wedding.
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How about June 10?
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- Whoo! - Come on, let's do it!
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The time for philosophical discussions, the time for 'Hamlet,' is over.
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I wanted 9 to literally just reach out and grab the viewer by the throat and hold them.
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I think I have...
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I always have— I always, yeah.
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These are...
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Can you grab his attention real quick?
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- Sure. - Just ask him if he can fill those up.
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- Hi, could you please fill these up with water? - Yes.
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- I'm pretty sure you know what they are. - I'll be right back.
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Thank you.
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It's a common saying among screenwriters that you have to grab the audience
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within the first 10 pages of a script —
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the opening sequence.