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nab

verb [T]     /næb/ (-bb-) informal
to take something suddenly, or to catch or arrest a criminal 搶奪,猛然抓住;抓獲,逮捕(罪犯) Undercover police officers nabbed (= caught) the men at the airport. 便衣員警在機場逮捕那些人。 Someone nabbed my apple when I wasn't looking! 有人趁我沒注意搶走了我的蘋果! Taking things away from someone or somewhereRemoving and getting rid of thingsArresting and chargingStealing
Translations of “nab”
in Vietnamese tóm cổ…
in Spanish pillar…
in Thai จับ…
in Malaysian mencekup…
in French attraper…
in German schnappen…
in Indonesian menangkap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抢夺,猛然抓住, 抓获,逮捕(罪犯)…
(Definition of nab from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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