greb, magt, håndkuffertgribe, fængsle
Noun(1) the act of grasping(2) the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it(3) a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes(4) the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road(5) worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being made(6) an intellectual hold or understanding(7) a flat wire hairpin whose prongs press tightly together; used to hold bobbed hair in place
Verb(1) hold fast or firmly(2) to grip or seize, as in a wrestling match(3) to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe
(1) The faster you go, the harder it is to maintain your grip .(2) But it is this November's presidential election which will grip global attention as never before.(3) Preparing your ball and hand to have the proper grip is part of your pre-bowling and pre-shot routine.(4) He has found a comfortable grip on his sinker, which consistently gets ground balls.(5) Unfortunately for taxpayers, the authority has yet to get a proper grip on its finances.(6) Walk down a city street without keeping a tight grip on your wallet or handbag and somebody will rob you.(7) With operations in more than 80 countries and a turnover last year of 15.8 billion, Michelin has a firm grip on its market.(8) The handle has a slightly flared hilt that both enhances the grip and protects the fingers during use.(9) I've changed my grip and my backswing(10) Suddenly his wrist was caught in a vice-like grip , tight and painful.(11) Network Rail has installed new track and removed nearby trees to tackle the autumn problem of leaves on the line which can cause train wheels to lose grip .(12) Police have issued a warning to local women to keep a firm grip on their handbags after four separate incidents in Lancaster and Morecambe.(13) A weak grip causes the clubface to open during the backswing and remain open in the downswing.(14) I maintained my grip until they were only at a meter's distance from us.(15) With a vice grip around her neck, she was unable to breathe.(16) our firm grip on inflation
(1) get a grip :: tag dig sammen
1. grasp ::
2. traction ::
3. control ::
4. understanding of ::
5. travel bag ::
6. travelling bag ::
7. handgrip ::
8. hairgrip ::
9. grasp ::
10. afflict ::
11. engross ::
12. spellbind ::
13. grapple ::
Different Formsgrip, griper, gripers, grips
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