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  1. grip

    /ɡrip/

    verb

    noun

    • 1. a firm hold; a tight grasp or clasp: "he lost his grip on Johnson's arm" synonyms grasp, hold, clutch, clasp, clench, ... more
    • 2. an effective form of control over something: "our firm grip on inflation" synonyms control, power, mastery, hold, stranglehold, ... more
  2. Grip | Definition of Grip at Dictionary.com

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    Grip definition, the act of grasping; a seizing and holding fast; firm grasp. See more.

  3. Grip | Definition of Grip by Merriam-Webster

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    Grip definition is - to seize or hold firmly. How to use grip in a sentence.

  4. Grip - definition of grip by The Free Dictionary

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    Define grip. grip synonyms, grip pronunciation, grip translation, English dictionary definition of grip. n. 1. a. A tight hold; a firm grasp: a drowning swimmer now safely in the grip of a lifeguard. b. The pressure or strength of such a grasp: a wrestler ...

  5. Grip (job) - Wikipedia

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    Key grip or first company grip: the boss or head of the grip department. Best boy grip or second company grip: this is the key grip's right hand person. He or she will act on behalf of the key grip in areas such as booking crew and equipment rental. 3rd grip, company grip or gang grip: the majority of grips fit into this category. They work on ...

  6. GRIP | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    grip definition: 1. to hold very tightly: 2. to keep someone's attention completely: 3. When an emotion such as…. Learn more.

  7. Grip definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Grip definition: If you grip something, you take hold of it with your hand and continue to hold it firmly. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

  8. GRIP Process - Proposed Railway Schemes

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    GRIP Stage 2 – Feasibility. Define scope and identify constraints. Can the outputs be delivered economically and in line with current network proposals/strategy. Define the preferred option and produce some outline designs. The outline business case for a new railway station is produced. It could also rule out the railway station.

  9. Urban Dictionary: grip

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    To have a abundant amount of something. $10,000. Named so due to the size of the wad of bills. Unlike a "stack" which is how 10 $100 bills are put together (in a stack), a grip is 10 stacks, only way to hold it is to grip it because its all rolled up.

  10. Gripe | Definition of Gripe at Dictionary.com

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    Gripe definition, to complain naggingly or constantly; grumble. See more.

  11. Urban Dictionary: a grip

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    "A Grip" - An large amount of a particular item (ex; time, money, and/or female ass). Originated with hustlers counting their cash with how much would fit between your thumb & index finger (grip).