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seize
siːz
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Capture the attention or imagination of.
  2. Affect.
  3. Take hold of; grab.
  4. Take or capture by force.
  5. Hook by a pull on the line.
  6. Take possession of by force, as after an invasion.
  7. Take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority.
  8. Seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession.
Hyphenationseize
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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抓住zhuāzhùto grab; to capture
夺取duóqǔto seize; to capture; to wrest control of
占领zhànlǐngto occupy (a territory); to hold
没收mòshōuto confiscate; to have something confiscated; to forfeit
查封cháfēngto sequester; to seize (assets); to seal up; to close down
理解lǐjiěto comprehend; to understand; comprehension; understanding
掌握zhǎngwòto grasp (often fig.); to control; to seize (initiative, opportunity, destiny); to master; to know well; to understand something well and know how to use it; fluency
利用lìyòngto exploit; to make use of; to use; to take advantage of; to utilize
抓取zhuāqǔto seize
zuóto seize
qiānto seize; to pull; to hold up the hem of clothes
抢占qiǎngzhànto seize (the strategic high ground)
挤占jǐzhànto seize; to push aside and occupy
攘夺rǎngduóto seize
juéto seize; to snatch; to grab
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