exceed his grasp
I find these mathematical problems difficult to grasp.
This is a crucial step; you must go through the question over and over until you grasp thoroughly what the question requires of you when answering.
It's been hundreds of years since just one person could grasp the whole of scientific knowledge.
Some people find it easier to grasp the short-term effects of smoking.
Grasp all, lose all.
Pepperberg hoped that a similar system would help Alex grasp the meaning of words, not just their sounds.
But people still do not quite grasp who he is.
You can't grasp of your mother's skirt all your life.
What can happen if we don't grasp glass objects firmly enough?
grasp understand something so that you can use or do it properly
1. He has an excellent grasp of english. 2. I tried to pull him out but he slipped from my grasp. 3. Victory is within our grasp.
The old woman grasped my hand in hers, and pulled me towards her house / Henri has a fairly good grasp of English
Some, however, didn't believe DeGeneres had fully grasped why people found her tweet offensive.
The government has acknowledged that homeless is a problem but it has failed to grasp the scale of the problem.
English word "قبضة"(Grasp) occurs in sets:book (1) from 1 - 50