grab away from (someone or something)

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grab away from (someone or something)

To seize or snatch someone or something from someone or something else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "grab" and "away." I grabbed my report card away from my sister before she could she could show it to Mom.
See also: away, grab
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King James not only fired back, he emptied the clip-unmindful of NBA fans worldwide who are now a mere video or audio grab away from the action via traditional and social media platforms on the Web.
Within seconds a woman was offering up a decorated bottle of Lambrini light ("just 40 calories per serving") which he had to grab away from a security guard.