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grab in Technology topic

grabgrab2 noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ make a grab for/at something2 β†’ be up for grabs3 [countable]T the act of getting something quickly, especially in a dishonest way πŸ”Š a shameless power grab to eliminate opposition πŸ”Š Officials denounced the settlers’ land grab.
Examples from the Corpus
grabβ€’ She dodged around him and ran into the road as he made a grab for her.β€’ Howe said Doug Johns is his fifth starter, but the fourth slot is up for grabs.β€’ I had some memorable test drives after buying a dozen 6R4s when they were up for grabs at the factory.β€’ In the past fortnight war veterans have begun more land grabs.β€’ The defender does this by suddenly splitting his X block and converting it to a double open-palm grab.β€’ Hamilton's actions were nothing more than a power grab within the company.land grabβ€’ Monta o accuses the city of deliberately forcing the neighborhood to go downhill, the better to justify a future land grab.β€’ In the past fortnight war veterans have begun more land grabs.β€’ If these incorporations fail, Marana and Oro Valley land grabs will continue.