- v.抢先，抢占( grab的现在分词 ); （尤指匆忙地）取; 攫取; （尤指自私、贪婪地）捞取;
I was woken up by someone grabbing hold of my sleeping bag.
He lunged at me, grabbing me violently.
Grabbing his ponytail, Shirley gave it a yank.
The plane was grabbing for altitude.
The German set three tournament records and equalled two others en route to grabbing golf'srichest prize.
He sprang to his feet, grabbing his keys off the coffee table.
Grabbing the side of the bunk, he hoisted himself to a sitting position.
They were grabbing coolies for the army.
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Further confusion was in store in this clutching grabbing scene.
The child showed great presence of mind by grabbing the falling baby.
In grabbing for the rope he overreached and fell.
I'm angry and I'm shouting at people and I'm grabbing at them.
It has to be lubed, the oil needs changing, and the brakes are grabbing.
This research proposes a tracking and grabbing system based on visual serving.
Grabbing the relay baton , he darted off towards the finishing point.