- hold tight 揪；撴;
- seize 抓住; 夺取; 逮捕; 扣押; 侵袭; 把握（机会等）;
- pull 拉; 抽出; 脱下; 挣脱; 拔出; 拖动; 收拢; 扭伤; 转向; 吃力运转; 划; 耍（花招）; 犯下罪行; 吸引; 撤销; 停车; 拉球侧斜;
- tug 用力拉，使劲拉; 使劲，挣扎; [航海]用拖船拖曳; 竞争;
Mike kept snatching him up by the collar and jerking him up.
There was a knot of tension in his stomach.
Mr Penrose made a grab at his collar.
The old dread knotted her stomach.
The vigilantes dragged the men out.
Elizabeth absent-mindedly picked a thread from his lapel.
I felt my stomach knot with apprehension.
The thief was dragged off to the police station.
I pull him by the ear.
Don't pull so hard at the rope.
Now that he has admitted his mistake, we should not keep picking on him.
When the police came, Larry had him by the ear and was beating his head against the pavement.
He plucked at Winston's head and brought away a tuft of hair.
" Oh, Scarlett, you are so young you wring my heart, " he said.
" 唔, 思嘉, 你真像个孩子,可把我的心都揪痛了, " 他说.
Stop teasing the cat, eg by pulling its tail.
seize sb.'s queue
seize and struggle
seize and sent to (court)
把 [某人] 带到权威当局(如法院)去回答指控
breathless with fear