Q: how does that grab you とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means how does that get your attention.
Q: Come grab me later とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means the same as "Pick me up." It is a casual/slang way that American's will ask their friends to give them a ride.
Q: are up for grabs とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Up for grabs" means anyone can take it or that it's available to them
Q: grab とはどういう意味ですか?
A: to reach out and hold something in your hand, arms, etc.
Q: grab a brace とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Ah ok. In soccer a brace means somebody scored two goals in one match. So grabbing a brace means they both managed to score two goals each


Q: 'grab' を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: it could be used for men if it was two girls comparing different men to different flavors of icecream haha!
but yeah, “grab a spoon” isn’t really a phrase. we only say that when we’re talking about food and..picking up spoons
Q: grab a bite to eat を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I want to grab a bite to eat with you this afternoon.

Grab a bite to eat between classes.

I just saw them grab a bite to eat and leave without paying.

If you grab a bite to eat with me right now, then I'll pay.

They didn't get a chance to grab a bite to eat.

Q: grab and take. ( what is the difference between them. ) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I can't think of how to explain the difference...but some examples at random are

* A mum to her son might say
"Don't forgot to take your trip permission slip to school".

* When we're watching tv, when my husband gets up to get a drink I might say "Hey, while you're up, could you grab me a drink too". (Grab in this situation means bring. It's very friendly). (Up means standing in this sentence)

or I sometimes ring my husband to say
"Could you grab some milk on the way home". (I'm asking him to buy some milk and bring it home. It's quite informal)

* "The wedding photographer's job is to take photos of the couple on their wedding day"

*When waiting a long time for my son to pack up his toys I might think
"He's taking a long time!".
Q: grab を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Let's grab a bite to eat" (An idiom for saying "let's get food")
"Let me grab my keys quickly"
"Don't grab me like that!" (used negatively)
Q: grab を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Can you grab my coat for me?

Someone grabbed my drink!

Stop grabbing my drink!


Q: grab lunch と grab a lunch はどう違いますか?
A: I don't think "grab a lunch" would be a common thing to say, there are some very rare sitatuions where that could work. Even in the situations where "grab a lunch" would sound ok to me, you could also say "grab lunch", so I would recommend always using "grab lunch".

I almost wrote an example of a rare situation I'm thinking of, but I don't want to confuse you, I'd just use "grab lunch".
Q: grab と grasp と hold はどう違いますか?
A: Grab means to put something in your hands. Once you have grabbed it, you are now holding it until you put it down again. Grasp means to try to grab something that is hard to reach or hold onto.

He grasped at the rope hanging overhead.
He grabbed the basketball from the floor and ran outside with it.
He held the toy up high where his brother couldn’t reach it. His brother kept grasping at the toy in frustration.
Q: It's up for grabs. と It's first come first served. はどう違いますか?
A: "Up for grabs" means "available" or "available to win."

"I'm giving away my old chair for free. It's still up for grabs if anyone wants it."

"Enter our contest to win! There's a pair of tickets up for grabs."


"First come first served" means the things(s) is given to anyone who comes, until there is none left. If a store is giving away ten free coffees and twenty people line up, only the first ten people in the line will get free coffee.

At a restaurant: "No reservations. First come, first served."

"Our limited edition mugs are now available. First come, first served."
Q: grab と grasp と grip と seize はどう違いますか?
Where grab is the best word:
Grab that book.
Grab me a drink.
*Whenever you are talking about picking something up or getting something, grab sounds the best.

Examples where any of the 3 words is ok:
Grip the handles with both hands.
Grasp the rope.
Grab the sides.
Q: To grab, to take, to get と pick up はどう違いますか?
A: It's not the verbs that are an issue, it's the prepositions.
I took my book from my backpack.
I grabbed my book out of my backpack.
I got my book out of, or from, my backpack.
I picked up my book and put it in my backpack.
Unfortunately, I'm not an English teacher but a Spanish and Portuguese teacher. :(


grab は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: ông có đi grab taxi không は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: you say grab your backbag or take your backbag は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You can say both. Also, it should be "backpack" instead of 'backbag'
Q: grabs は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: grab and snatch difference は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Snatch- -It means you were holding something and someone took away from you forcefully, something quickly.for example don’t snatch toys from him
Grab — casually take something.This would be used if you went to pick up any item.

Example— I want to grab my bag and water bottle before leaving my house.


Q: I’m stuffed so no more eat another grab a bite burger.
A: I'm stuffed so I can't take another bite of that burger
Q: What did she say?
grab a buy?
what is that mean?
A: She said " we are gonna go grab a bite" which means to go grab some food to eat. She is joking from the context though I guess
Q: What does 'grab' mean in this context?

-> Because of space constraints in journals, quotes cannot be extensive, and great care must be exercised in selecting the best possible exemplars. Gilgun(2005) offered guidance in writing up the results of qualitative research in a manner that has "grab".

A: They mean grab as in "grab the attention of". Normally the results of research might be kind of dull, so Gilgun offers guidance in how to write them so they draw the attention of people.

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Q: What does "up for grabs" mean in the following sentence.

The word is up for grabs, because food has changed more in the last 75 years
than it has in the previous 10,000.
A: If something is "up for grabs," then anyone can claim it.

The man is saying that these days, anyone can use the word "food" to mean anything they want.
Q: What does "grab a hammer" in 266 mean?
A: Amy gave Penny a painting, which I think Penny doesn't want to display (correct me if I'm wrong). Penny is trying to convince Amy that she really values their friendship by saying, OK, look, grab your hammer and let's hang up the painting.