grab for (someone or something)

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grab for (someone or something)

To attempt to seize or grasp someone or something. The man grabbed for me as I walked by, so I sprayed him in the face with pepper spray. I tried grabbing for the paper in her hand, but she snatched it away from me effortlessly.
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Malay Mail tried contacting Grab for comments on the incident but was told no statement would be issued yet while it deals with the police.
READ: Poe slams Grab for predatory pricing'The company has reiterated on several occasionsthat high prices were due to the government regulationslimiting the supply of drivers on the road, making it supposedlydifficult meet the high demand of passengers .
Were excited to team up to transform the customer experience as well as enhance the delivery of digital services for the millions of users who rely on Grab for safe and affordable transport, food and package delivery, mobile payments, and financial services.
INQUIRER.net asked for Grab for comment, but it has not replied as of this posting.
The regulator was set to hear the petition of Grab for the reinstatement of the P2-per-minute charge in its fare scheme on Tuesday, but the hearing was deferred to July.
Earlier this week, the LTFRB summoned Grab for a hearing following allegations of PBA partylist Representative Jericho Nograles that the company owed some P3.2 billion to its riders for "illegally" charging travel time rate.
(TMPC) has partnered with Grab for a program covering car replacement and easy vehicle ownership for drivers of the ride-hailing service.
In its July 9 order, the LTFRB criticized Grab for invoking the DO which allowed TNCs to set their own fare matrices subject to LTFRB oversight, describing it as an 'unauthorized delegation of legislative authority.'
MIAA General Manager Jose Angel Honrado thanked Grab for sharing in its goal of enhancing passenger experience at the NAIA.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) slapped a P10 million fine on ride-hailing service firm Grab for imposing a P2-per-minute charge on its passengers.
INQUIRER.net has reached out to Grab for comment but they have yet to respond as of posting time.
Also yesterday, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board grilled Grab for allegedly imposing a minimum fare of P80 for its four-seater rides without the LTFRB's approval.
INQUIRER.net has reached Grab for comment and it said it would issue an official statement possibly within the day.
This means riders and drivers should still be able to choose Uber as an alternative to Grab for the time being.
As customers use Grab for their regular transport needs, many of them are choosing to go cashless by adopting GrabPay for a more seamless ride experience.