Definition of grab off
1 : to take or appropriate forcefully or with haste or forthrightness dash in and grab off choice pieces of land — F. P. Gipson two Swiss mountaineers … had grabbed off the honors for the first ascent — Time
2 : to choose for a partner (as in marriage) why is it that such a beauty … has not long ago been grabbed off — Walter O'Meara
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