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Third person singular
- (transitive) To take hold, particularly with the hand.
- That suitcase is heavy, so grip the handle firmly.
- The glue will begin to grip within five minutes.
- After a few slips, the tires gripped the pavement.
- (transitive) To help or assist, particularly in an emotional sense.
- He grips me.
- (intransitive) To do something with another that makes you happy/gives you relief
- Let’s grip (get a coffee, hang, take a break, see a movie, etc.)
- A hold or way of holding, particularly with the hand.
- It's good to have a firm grip when shaking hands.
- The ball will move differently depending on the grip used when throwing it.
- A handle or other place to grip.
- There are several good grips on the northern face of this rock.
- (film production) A person responsible for handling equipment on the set.
- (slang, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) A lot of something.
- That is a grip of cheese.
- (archaic) Influenza, flu. (Alternative spelling of grippe.)
- She has the grip.
- (archaic) A small travelling-bag.
- Assistance; help or encouragement.
- He gave me a grip.
- A helpful, interesting, admirable, or inspiring person.
- You're a real grip.
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- Telugu: పట్టు (paTTu)
grip (imperative of gripa)
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