Definition of grab hold of
- She grabbed hold of his arm.
- He grabbed hold of a tree branch and pulled himself out of the water.
: to take or seize by or as if by a sudden motion or grasp
: to obtain without consideration of what is right or wrong
: to take hastily
: intended to be taken, seized, or grasped suddenly
: taken at random
: something taken, seized, or grasped suddenly
: a sudden snatch
: an unlawful or unethical seizure
: to have possession or ownership of or have at one's disposal
: to have as a privilege or position of responsibility
: to have as a mark of distinction
: confinement, custody
: the interior of a ship below decks
: the cargo compartment of a plane
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