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- To take hold of with force.
Translated by: ROBERT GRIGOR BAXTER
Translated in 37 languages
[Subject: Athletic & Outdoor Sports & Games]
- The handle or part by which anything is grasped.
Translated in 24 languages
- A firm grasp. The act of gripping, e.g. 'I got a grip on the rope.'
Translated in 22 languages
- To get hold of and squeeze tightly, as in a vice.
Translated in 15 languages
Translated in 11 languages
- The adhesion between the tyres and the track surface; an important factor in the stability of the car.
Translated by: PEZZUOLI CLAUDIO
Translated in 10 languages
- clasp: the act of grasping; "he released his clasp on my arm"; "she has a strong grip considering her age"; "I kept a hold on the rope"
Translated in 9 languages
- To seize with pincers. To torturing with red hot pincers.
Translated by: GUEST USER
Translated in 8 languages
Translated in 3 languages
Translated in 2 languages
- A member of a camera crew responsible for moving and setting up equipment
[Subject: Metal Manufactures]
[Subject: Military Art & Science]
[Subject: Office Equipment, Printers]
- the parts on the load frame that hold the specimen in place from above and i
- 1.- A strong or tenacious grasp. 2.- A firm tenacious hold typically giving control, mastery, or understanding. 3.- A part by which something is grasped.
Translated by: PABLA ADRIANA NARANJO PONCE
Translated in 1 languages
- A travelling bag
- To seize or hold firmly.
Translated in 7 languages
Translated by: DAVID LAURENT
Translated in 6 languages