Definition of 'nab'
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He has also nabbed a starring role in the video. The Sun (2008)When finally nabbed he was with huge demands for payments and thrown in jail. The Sun (2007)But a disgusted restaurant worker saw him from a window and rang police who nabbed him. The Sun (2010)But he nabbed his third goal of the pre-season with a header. The Sun (2010)And he nabbed two vital goals against Toronto to send his club into the first round of the knockout stage against the same side tonight. The Sun (2015)But the shiny gear didn't nab her No1 spot in the charts yesterday. The Sun (2014)And that meant Palace were able to nab the point that virtually secures their Prem safety. The Sun (2016)
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Used Rarely. nab is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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