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grabbing (noun)

  • 1 grabbing

    воровство; грабеж
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. taking (noun) catching; getting; pilfering; removing; stealing; taking; theft; using; walking away with
    2. gripping (verb) clasping; clenching; grasping; gripping; hang on
    3. seizing (verb) catching; clutching; commandeering; confiscating; expropriating; grappling; nabbing; seizing; snatching; taking

    English-Russian base dictionary > grabbing

  • 2 taking

    1. a разг. привлекательный, очаровательный, обаятельный; симпатичный; покоряющий
    2. a разг. заразный
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. engaging (adj.) attractive; captivating; charming; convincing; engaging; pleasant; pleasing; refreshing; winning
    2. infectious (adj.) catching; contagious; infectious
    3. grabbing (noun) catching; getting; grabbing; pilfering; removing; stealing; theft; using; walking away with
    4. acting (verb) acting; behaving; functioning; operating; performing; reacting; working
    5. admitting (verb) admitting; receiving; taking in
    6. apprehending (verb) accepting; apprehending; compassing; comprehending; following; making out; seeing; tumbling to; twigging
    7. appropriating (verb) annexing; appropriating; arrogating; confiscating; expropriating; preempting; sequestering
    8. asking (verb) asking; call for; calling for; craving; demanding; entailing; involving; necessitating; requiring
    9. assuming (verb) assuming; commandeering; pre-empting; striking; usurping
    10. attracting (verb) alluring; attracting; bewitching; captivating; charming; deriving; drawing; enchanting; fascinating; magnetizing; wiling
    11. bearing (verb) abiding; bearing; brooking; digesting; downing; enduring; going; lumping; standing; sticking out; stomaching; suffering; supporting; sustaining; swallowing; sweating out; tolerating
    12. bringing (verb) bringing; carrying; conveying; fetching
    13. buying (verb) buying; purchasing
    14. catching (verb) bagging; capturing; catching; collaring; nailing; overhauling; overtaking; securing
    15. cheating (verb) beating; bilking; cheating; chiseling or chiselling; cozening; defrauding; doing; flimflamming; gulling; gypping; mulcting; overreaching; reaming; swindling; victimising
    16. choosing (verb) choosing; culling; electing; marking; opting for; picking; picking out; preferring; selecting; singling out
    17. clasping (verb) clasping; grasping; gripping
    18. deducting (verb) deducting; discounting; drawing back; knocking off; subtracting; take off; taking away; taking off; taking out
    19. eating (verb) consuming; devouring; eating; feeding on; ingesting; partaking of
    20. getting (verb) coming down with; contracting; developing; gaining; getting; netting; sickening; sickening of; sickening with; winning
    21. reading (verb) construing; interpreting; reading
    22. seizing (verb) clutching; grabbing; grappling; nabbing; seizing; snatching
    23. surprising (verb) boarding; hit on; surprising
    24. treating (verb) dealing with; handling; playing; serving; treating; using
    25. understanding (verb) believing; conceiving; expecting; gathering; imagining; supposing; suspecting; thinking; understanding

    English-Russian base dictionary > taking

  • 3 seizing

    1. n хватание, захватывание; овладение
    2. n тех. заедание, застревание
    3. n тех. истирание металла от трения
    4. n мор. бензель, линь для бензелей
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. seizure (noun) appropriation; arrogation; confiscation; impoundment; seizure
    2. appropriating (verb) annexing; appropriating; arrogating; commandeering; confiscating; expropriating; preempting; sequestering
    3. arresting (verb) apprehending; arresting; detaining; pick up; run in
    4. catching (verb) assuming; catching; clutching; grabbing; grappling; nabbing; pre-empting; snatching; striking; taking; usurping
    5. gripping (verb) clasping; clenching; grasping; gripping; hang on

    English-Russian base dictionary > seizing

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  • land-grabbing — landˈ grabbing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑land …   Useful english dictionary

  • quarter grabbing — noun Etymology: grabbing from gerund of grab : an overreaching by a horse …   Useful english dictionary

  • money-grabbing — ˈmoney ˌgrabbing also ˈmoney ˌgrubbing adjective disapproving determined to get money, even by unfair or illegal methods: • I haven t turned into a nasty, cynical, money grubbing old man. money grabber also money grubber noun [countable] …   Financial and business terms

  • headline-grabbing — UK [ˈhedlaɪn ˌɡræbɪŋ] US adjective usually before noun reported as a very important story in the news Thesaurus: newshyponym general words relating to the mediasynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • money-grabbing — ˈmoney grubbing f13 (also ˈmoney grabbing) adjective only before noun (informal, disapproving) …   Useful english dictionary

  • headline-grabbing — UK [ˈhedlaɪn ˌɡræbɪŋ] / US adjective [usually before noun] reported as a very important story in the news …   English dictionary

  • land grab — /ˈlænd græb/ (say land grab) noun the buying up of land at prices that are below the real value, often achieved by ignoring regulations that might slow down others with more scruples, or by disregarding the claims of people who might be adversely …  

  • brass ring — noun a rich opportunity or a prize he missed the brass ring at the Miami convention • Hypernyms: ↑opportunity, ↑chance * * * noun slang : a prize or rich opportunity missed the brass ring at the Philadelphia convention Cabell Phillips …   Useful english dictionary

  • grappling hook — noun Date: 1581 a hook usually with multiple prongs that is typically attached to a rope and is used for grabbing, grappling, or gripping called also grappling iron …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ashitori — noun a kimarite in which the attacker takes his opponent down by grabbing and lifting his leg with both hands …   Wiktionary

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