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grip

美 [ɡrɪp]
英 [ɡrɪp]
  • n.手柄;把手;紧握;了解
  • v.紧握;紧抓;使感兴趣;使激动
  • 网络握把;抓地力;控制
复数:grips  过去式:gripped  过去式:gript  过去式:gripping  
grip
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n.
紧握holding tightly
1.
[c][ususing]
~ (on sb/sth)
紧握;紧抓an act of holding sb/sth tightly; a particular way of doing this
Keep a tight grip on the rope.
紧紧抓住绳索不放。
to loosen/release/relax your grip
松手
She tried to get a grip on the icy rock.
她尽力抓住那冰冷的石头。
The climber slipped and lost her grip .
登山女子滑了一下,松开了手。
She struggled from his grip.
他紧拉住她不放,她奋力挣脱。
Try adjusting your grip on the racket.
试着调整一下你握球拍的方法。
控制力;影响力control/power
2.
[sing]
~ (on sb/sth)
(对…的)控制,影响力control or power over sb/sth
The home team took a firm grip on the game.
主队牢牢控制着比赛的局面。
We need to tighten the grip we have on the market.
我们得加强对市场的控制力。
理解understanding
3.
[sing]
~ (on sth)
理解;了解an understanding of sth
I couldn't get a grip on what was going on.
我无法理解正在发生的事情。
You need to keep a good grip on reality in this job.
做这个工作你需要充分了解实际情况。
不打滑moving without slipping
4.
[u]
不打滑;走得稳the ability of sth to move over a surface without slipping
These tyres give the bus better grip in slippery conditions.
这些轮胎可使公共汽车在路滑时行驶得平稳一些。
物体部位part of object
5.
[c]
把手;手柄;握杆a part of sth that has a special surface so that it can be held without the hands slipping
the grip on a golf club
高尔夫球杆的握柄
影业工作job in the movies
6.
[c]
(拍摄电影时)摄影机和灯光设备管理人员a person who prepares and moves the cameras, and sometimes the lighting equipment, when a film/movie is being made
bag
7.
[c]
旅行袋;手提包a large soft bag, used when travelling
IDM
I'm slowly getting to grips with the language.
我慢慢开始掌握这种语言。
come/get to grips with sth
开始理解并着手处理难题to begin to understand and deal with sth difficult
I'm slowly getting to grips with the language.
我慢慢开始掌握这种语言。
I have to take a grip on myself, he told himself firmly.
我一定要控制住自己的情绪,他坚定地对自己说。
Get a grip !(= make an effort to control your emotions)
镇静点!
get/take a grip (on yourself)
使(自己)镇定下来;控制住(自己的)情绪to improve your behaviour or control your emotions after being afraid, upset or angry
I have to take a grip on myself, he told himself firmly.
我一定要控制住自己的情绪,他坚定地对自己说。
Get a grip !(= make an effort to control your emotions)
镇静点!
a country in the grip of recession
陷入衰退的国家
in the grip of sth
处于不快却无法制止的境遇;受制于某事experiencing sth unpleasant that cannot be stopped
a country in the grip of recession
陷入衰退的国家
Sometimes I feel I'm losing my grip.
有时我感到自己无能为力。
lose your grip (on sth)
失去(对…的)理解(或控制);驾驭不住to become unable to understand or control a situation
Sometimes I feel I'm losing my grip.
有时我感到自己无能为力。
v.
紧握hold tightly
1.
[t][i]
紧握;紧抓to hold sth tightly
‘Please don't go,’ he said, gripping her arm.
“请别走。”他紧紧抓住她的手臂说。
She gripped on to the railing with both hands.
她双手紧紧抓住栏杆。
使感兴趣;使激动interest/excite
2.
[t]
~ sb
使感兴趣;使激动;吸引住(某人)的注意to interest or excite sb; to hold sb's attention
The book grips you from start to finish.
这本书从头至尾扣人心弦。
I was totally gripped by the story.
我完全被这故事吸引住了。
具有强烈的影响力have powerful effect
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth
对…产生强有力的影响to have a powerful effect on sb/sth
I was gripped by a feeling of panic.
我惊恐万状。
Terrorism has gripped the country for the past two years.
两年来恐怖主义一直笼罩着这个国家。
不打滑;抓牢move/hold without slipping
4.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
抓牢to hold onto or to move over a surface without slipping
tyres that grip the road
在公路上不打滑的车胎

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