[grab-er] /ˈgræb ər/
a person or thing that .
Slang. something attention-getting or sensational.
Anything that seizes and rivets the attention; something that commands immediate admiration; hook: Dance within the regular format is a solid grabber/ He’s found a real grabber (1966+)
[grah-buh n] /ˈgrɑ bən/ noun 1. a portion of the earth’s crust, bounded on at least two sides by faults, that has dropped downward in relation to adjacent portions. /ˈɡrɑːbən/ noun 1. an elongated trough of land produced by subsidence of the earth’s crust between two faults graben (grä’bən) A usually elongated block of rock […]
[grab] /græb/ verb (used with object), grabbed, grabbing. 1. to seize suddenly or quickly; snatch; clutch: He grabbed me by the collar. 2. to take illegal possession of; seize forcibly or unscrupulously: to grab land. 3. to obtain and consume quickly: Let’s grab a sandwich before going to the movie. 4. Slang. verb (used without […]
noun, Nautical. 1. a rope supported to afford a hold for a person walking up a gangplank, working aloft, etc.
- Grab shot
noun phrase A photograph taken in great haste, without time for proper focusing, exposure-setting, etc; a photograph of opportunity (1980s+)