- 拿 [ná]
- （用手或其他方式抓住或搬动物体） hold; take:
bring it here; 拿来
take it away; 拿去- （用强力取; 捉拿） seize; capture:
take the enemy's positions; 拿下敌人的阵地
capture a fort; 拿下要塞- （掌握; 把握） have a firm grasp of; be able to do; be sure of:
not be sure; feel uncertain; 拿不准
She can do every kind of farm work. 样样农活她都拿得起来。- （刁难; 要挟） put sb. in a difficult position; make things difficult for sb.:
Don't think that you can make things difficult by not doing the job. 这件事你拿不住人。
write with a pen; 拿笔写字
measure with a ruler; 拿尺量- （引进所处置的对象）:
pay no attention to him; make light of foe; 不拿他当回事
Don't make fun of him. 别拿他开玩笑。
The colonists took up weapons to rebel against the British ruler.
They took up arms in defence of their country.
He took out a book from the case.
I look down on man who vents his anger on his family after having a bad day at work.
They are said to have ordered more grain from Canada.
Have you got your train ticket?
The police set a trap to catch the thief.
The police haven't got enough information to catch the criminal.