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Translation of "grab" - English-Turkish dictionary

grab

verb [T]     /ɡræb/ ( present participle grabbing, past tense and past participle grabbed)
TAKE SUDDENLY B1 to take hold of something or someone suddenly tutmak, yakalamak, kapmak He grabbed my arm and pulled me away.Having in your hands
DO QUICKLY informal to eat, do, or get something quickly because you do not have much time hızlıca atıştırmak, çabuk çabuk yemek I grabbed a sandwich on the way to the station.Short in timeTemporary
grab sb's attention informal to attract someone's attention dikkatini çekmek/celbetmek Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction
TAKE OPPORTUNITY B2 If someone grabs a chance or opportunity, they take it quickly and with enthusiasm. (şans, fırsat) atlamak, kaçırmamak, sarılmak, üstüne atlamak Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of thingsOpportunity Freedom to act
(Definition of grab verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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