Hindi translation of 'grasp'
grasp /ɡrɑːsp, ɡræsp ग्रास्प्, ग्रैस्प्/
Word forms: grasps, grasping, grasped
1. transitive verb, singular noun
If you grasp something, you hold it firmly. A grasp is a firm hold or grip.
पकड़ना/ पकड़ nf
गिरफ्त में लेना/ गिरफ्त nf
चंगुल में लेना/ चंगुल mn
She was trying to grasp at something.
His hand was taken in a warm, firm grasp.
2. singular noun
If something is in your grasp, you possess or control it. If something slips from your grasp, you lose it or lose control of it.
She allowed victory to slip from her grasp.
3. transitive verb, singular noun
If you grasp something that is complicated or difficult to understand, you understand it. A grasp of something is an understanding of it.
आत्मसात कर लेना, समझ लेना/समझ nf
He instantly grasped that Stephen was talking about his wife.
They have a good grasp of foreign languages.
4. singular noun
If you say that something is within someone's grasp, you mean that it is very likely that they will achieve it.
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Example Sentences Including 'grasp'
I know that you're floundering around, trying to grasp at any straw.Murder Moves In
Carol saw her chance and managed to slip out from under his grasp.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
He grinned and her hand went limp in his grasp as she laughed.Cover Story
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'grasp' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَقْبِضُ عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: agarrar
- Chinese: 抓住
- Croatian: čvrsto držati
- Czech: uchopit
- Danish: fatte
- Dutch: grijpen
- European Spanish: agarrar
- Finnish: saada ote jostakin
- French: saisir
- German: festhalten
- Greek: γραπώνω
- Italian: afferrare
- Japanese: しっかりつかむ
- Korean: 붙잡다
- Norwegian: fatte
- Polish: chwycić chwytać
- Portuguese: agarrar
- Romanian: a apuca
- Russian: схватить
- Spanish: agarrar con la mano
- Swedish: fatta
- Thai: คว้า
- Turkish: kavramak
- Ukrainian: хапати
- Vietnamese: nắm chặt
Translation of grasp from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary