- v.抢先，抢占( grab的过去式和过去分词 ); （尤指匆忙地）取; 攫取; （尤指自私、贪婪地）捞取;
We grabbed it just as it was about to tip over.
Bold as you please, she grabbed me by the sleeve.
He grabbed at a protrusion of rock with his right hand.
He grabbed at the opportunity to buy his castle.
Billy Ewing grabbed him by the elbow and took him aside.
He grabbed into the ooze and came up clutching a large toad.
He cut the engine and grabbed the mooring lines.
My co-pilot suddenly grabbed the wheel.
She grabbed the chance of a job interview.
She grabbed his suitcase and led the way.
He grabbed my arm. I shook him off.
He was grabbed by two men and frogmarched out of the hall.
She grabbed the child's hand and ran.
He grabbed her arm and hustled her out of the room.
When the teacher came in, he grabbed the novel off the desk.