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grab / intentar agarrar algo
 
grab   [græb]
A. -noun
1. (=snatch)
·to make a grab at or for something
·intentar agarrar algo
·it'noun all up for grabs
*   está a disposiciónoun de cualquiera
2. (especially British, Great Britain)   (technical)   cuchara (f)
B. -transitive verb
1. (=seize)   coger,   agarrar Latin America   (greedily)   echar mano a
·to grab something from somebody
·arrebatarle algo a somebody, someone
·to grab hold of something/somebody
·agarrar algo/a somebody, someone
2. (figurative)
[+chance etcetera]   aprovechar
·I'll just grab a quick shower
·me voy a dar una ducha rápida
·we can grab a sandwich on the way
·comeremos un bocadillo por el camino
·I managed to grab him before he left
·conseguí pillarle antes de que se marchara
3. *
(=attract, appeal to)
·how does that grab you?
·¿qué te parece?
·that really grabbed me
·aquello me entusiasmó de verdad
·it doesn't grab me
·no me va
C. -intransitive verb
·to grab at
(=snatch)   tratar de coger or Latin America agarrar   (in falling)   tratar de asir
 
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