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grip 1 (grĭp)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 with an unmatched grip.c. A manner of grasping and holding: The crate afforded no comfortable grip.2. a. Intellectual hold; understanding: a good grip on French history.b. Ability to function properly or well; competence: getting a grip on the new technique.c. Mental or emotional composure: lost his grip after he was fired.3. a. A mechanical device that grasps and holds.b. A part, such as a handle, that is designed to be grasped and held.4. A suitcase or valise.5. a. A stagehand who helps in shifting scenery.b. A member of a film production crew who adjusts sets, lighting, and props and sometimes assists the camera operator.v. gripped, grip·ping, grips v.tr.1. To secure and maintain a tight hold on; seize firmly.2. To hold the interest or attention of: a scene that gripped the entire audience.v.intr. To maintain a secure grasp.[Middle English, from Old English gripe, grasp and gripa, handful.]grip′per n.grip′ping·ly adv.grip 2 (grĭp)n. Variant of grippe.