grasp

  • 1 grasp — grasp·able; grasp·er; grasp·ing·ly; grasp·ing·ness; grasp·less; re·grasp; grasp; grasp·able·ness; grasp·ably; …

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  • 2 GRASP — may refer to:* GRASP (multimedia authoring software), a multimedia authoring software * GRASP (SAT solver), a SAT instance solver * GRASP (Object Oriented Design) * Greedy randomized adaptive search procedure * Given, Required, Analysis, Solution …

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  • 3 Grasp — Grasp, n. 1. A gripe or seizure of the hand; a seizure by embrace, or infolding in the arms. The grasps of love. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Reach of the arms; hence, the power of seizing and holding; as, it was beyond his grasp. [1913 Webster] 3.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Grasp — Grasp, v. i. To effect a grasp; to make the motion of grasping; to clutch; to struggle; to strive. [1913 Webster] As one that grasped And tugged for life and was by strength subdued. Shak. [1913 Webster] {To grasp at}, to catch at; to try to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Grasp — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En diseño orientado a objetos, GRASP son patrones generales de software para asignación de responsabilidades, es el acrónimo de General Responsibility Assignment Software Patterns . Aunque se considera que más que… …

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  • 6 grasp — [n1] hold, grip butt, cinch, clamp, clasp, clench, clinch, clutches, embrace, grapple, lug, possession, purchase, tenure; concepts 191,710 Ant. avoidance, release grasp [n2] understanding awareness, comprehension, ken, knowledge, mastery,… …

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  • 7 Grasp — Grasp, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Grasper}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Qraspine}.] [OE. graspen; prob. akin to LG. grupsen, or to E. grope. Cf. {Grab}, {Grope}.] 1. To seize and hold by clasping or embracing with the fingers or arms; to catch to take possession… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 grasp — (v.) mid 14c., to reach for, feel around, possibly a metathesis of grapsen, from O.E. *græpsan to touch, feel, from P.Gmc. *grap , *grab (Cf. E.Fris. grapsen to grasp, M.Du. grapen to seize, grasp, O.E. grapian to touch, feel, grope ), from PIE… …

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  • 9 grasp — [grasp, gräsp] vt. [ME graspen, by metathesis < * grapsen, prob. < MLowG (as in LowG, Fris grapsen), akin to Norw dial. grapsa, to scratch, ON grapa, to snatch: see GRAB] 1. to take hold of firmly with or as with the hand or arms; grip 2.… …

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  • 10 GRASP — (англ. General Responsibility Assignment Software Patterns  общие образцы распределения обязанностей)  паттерны, используемые в объектно ориентированном проектировании для решения общих задач по назначению обязанностей классам и… …

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  • 11 grasp — vb clutch, grab, seize, *take, snatch Analogous words: *catch, capture: apprehend, *arrest: *apprehend, comprehend grasp n *hold, grip, clutch …

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  • 12 GRASP — (General Responsibility Assignment Software Patterns) bezeichnet eine Menge von Entwurfsmustern, mit denen die Zuständigkeit bestimmter Klassen objektorientierter Systeme festgelegt wird. Sie beschreiben also allgemein welche Klassen und Objekte… …

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  • 13 grasp — I (mastery) noun ability, apprehension, clasp, cognition, compass, competence, comprehension, conception, embrace, grip, handle, hold, judgment, ken, knowledge, mastery, perception, purchase, range, reach, retention, savvy, scope, seizure, sense …

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  • 14 grasp — ► VERB 1) seize and hold firmly. 2) comprehend fully. ► NOUN 1) a firm grip. 2) a person s capacity to attain or understand something. DERIVATIVES graspable adjective grasper noun …

    English terms dictionary

  • 15 grasp — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 holding sth ADJECTIVE ▪ firm, tight (esp. AmE) ▪ She felt a firm grasp on her hand. VERB + GRASP ▪ slip from ▪ …

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  • 16 grasp — grasp1 [gra:sp US græsp] v [T] 1.) to take and hold something firmly = ↑grip ▪ I grasped his arm firmly and led him away. ▪ Alan grasped the handle and pulled it. 2.) [not in progressive] to completely understand a fact or an idea, especially a… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 grasp — grasp1 [ græsp ] verb transitive ** 1. ) to take and hold something or someone very tightly: She grasped his hand and pulled him toward her. grasp someone by the shoulders/arm/wrist etc: He grasped her firmly by the shoulders. 2. ) to understand… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 grasp — I UK [ɡrɑːsp] / US [ɡræsp] verb [transitive] Word forms grasp : present tense I/you/we/they grasp he/she/it grasps present participle grasping past tense grasped past participle grasped ** 1) to take and hold something or someone very tightly She …

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  • 19 GraSP — Vorlage:Infobox Hochschule/Logo fehltVorlage:Infobox Hochschule/Mitarbeiter fehltVorlage:Infobox Hochschule/Professoren fehlt Graduate School of Politics (GraSP) Gründung 2005 Trägerschaft öffentlich Ort Münster, Westfalen Koordinato …

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  • 20 grasp — [[t]grɑ͟ːsp, græ̱sp[/t]] grasps, grasping, grasped 1) VERB If you grasp something, you take it in your hand and hold it very firmly. → See also grasping [V n] He grasped both my hands... [V at n] She was trying to grasp at something. 2) …

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