Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

agarrar in English:

1. grab


Grab him.
I had to grab her to keep her from falling.
In case of fire, I would grab my flute and escape.
You have to grab every opportunity life gives you.
I was so late I only had time to grab my coat and rush out of the door.
Set to poke up through the ground and grab you.
To catch the bull, grab its horns.
The two of you need to take the basket of apples over to your grandfather, the mother said. "You will grab it from one side, and you - from the other. And that's how you'll set out."
It might grab you, it might engage you more than anything else. He grabbed my interest and I started listening to his story.
I'll just grab a coffee and be with you in a second.
Grab - Take something quickly in your hand. eg The rober grabbed Mary's purse.
On seeing the shark the young women grabbed the capitain's arm and held onto him
if you grab something such as food or a drink, you take it from somewhere very quickly, especially because you are in a hurry
Lucy grabbed at the ropes, burning red stripes across her hands.
grab (n),

English word "agarrar"(grab) occurs in sets:

crime and punishment
regular verbs