- n. 紧握；手提包；了解；手柄
- vt. 吸引；紧抓
- [C]紧握,抓牢 a very tight forceful hold
- [S]掌握,控制 control
- [S]理解力,控制力 power of understanding or doing
- [C]握法,手法 a special way of holding
- [C]发夹; 把手 wire pin with two prongs for keeping hair tidy; handle
- vt. & vi. 紧握,抓紧 take and keep a firm hold of; seize firmly
- vt. 吸引,引起 attract (sb's) attention; lead to (sth)
the act of grasping;
"he released his clasp on my arm"
"he has a strong grip for an old man"
"she kept a firm hold on the railing"
the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it;
"he grabbed the hammer by the handle"
"it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes;
"he carried his small bag onto the plane with him"
the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road)
worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being made
an intellectual hold or understanding;
"a good grip on French history"
"they kept a firm grip on the two top priorities"
"he was in the grip of a powerful emotion"
"a terrible power had her in its grasp"
a flat wire hairpin whose prongs press tightly together; used to hold bobbed hair in place;
"in Britain they call a bobby pin a grip"
hold fast or firmly;
"He gripped the steering wheel"
to grip or seize, as in a wrestling match;
"the two men grappled with each other for several minutes"
to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe;
"The snake charmer fascinates the cobra"
- The eagle seized its prey in a tenacious grip.
- The child would not let go his grip on Tom.
- He kept a firm grip on his children.
- It is a leather grip.
- He is just beginning to get a grip on the subject.
- I try to keep a grip on reality.
- I need a metal grip.
- The audience were gripped by the play.
- The frightened child gripped his mother's arm.
- Happiness is determined by the dream you grip.
- I cannot grip his argument.
- His grip weakened as he was tired.
- He keeps a firm grip on his children.
- He has a good grip of several languages.
- To improve your tennis strokes you try using a different grip.
- He bought some hairgrips for his wife in the fair.
- Their hands gripped hard.
- The brake doesn't grip properly.
- The brakes failed to grip and the car ran into a wall.
- The story grips.
- She gripped my hand in fear.
- The fireman gripped the railing to climb up.
- Car tyres grip the road well.
- The speaker gripped the attention of his audience.
- The pictures gripped my imagination.
- It's hard to grip his argument as he is constantly shifting his ground.
- The girl seemed to be gripped by a powerful desire to laugh.
- come〔get〕 to grips with
- get〔take〕 a grip on 紧紧抓住…
- have a grip on 对…有吸引(力),掌握
- keep a grip on 抑制…
- let go one's grip of sth 松开所握之物
- lose one's grip 失去自制
- relax〔release〕 grip 松手
- tighten grip 紧握
- in a grip of death 拼命地
- in the grip of 受…控制
- shake hands with a hearty grip 热情地握手
- come within the grip of the law 落入法网
- grip hard 握得紧
- grip well 抓得很稳
- grip frantically 激动地握住
- grip momentarily 瞬间抓紧
- grip nervously 紧张地握紧
- grip vigorously 使劲抓住
Melanie smiled..and attempted to disengage her arms from his grip.出自： D. Lodge
His teeth had a sharper grip of it than his hands.出自： K. Laing
He held on to his blanket with a grip no one could loosen.出自： M. Ignatieff
We were impressed by the excellent grip of the tyres.出自：What Car?
He..held it [his weapon] gripped between his knees as he rowed.出自： S. R. Crockett
I..gripped his arm, for I thought he was going to faint.出自： J. Buchan
- grip, catch, grasp, hold
- hold含义最广,指抓牢或掌握具体或抽象的事物; grip指全力紧抓事物; grasp常指对抽象理论、原理的领悟或理解; catch指拼命抓牢不放,唯恐其滑掉或丢失,比其他三个词更强调控制。例如:
- Hold the reins tight.把缰绳抓紧。
- I threw the ball, and the dog caught it in his mouth.我把球抛出,狗用嘴接住了球。
- I think I grasped the main points of the speech.我想我已经领会了演说的要点。
- She gripped my hand in fear.她因害怕而紧握住我的手。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的grippan，意为抓。