grasp

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Synonyms for grasp

Synonyms for grasp

to take firmly with the hand and maintain a hold on

to perceive directly with the intellect

an act or means of holding something

firm control

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a strong or powerful influence

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the ability or power to seize or attain

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understanding of the nature or meaning or quality or magnitude of something

the limit of capability

an intellectual hold or understanding

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hold firmly

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If he had weak fine motor skills, then we knew it would be difficult to hold the pencil correctly (and it's important to have a strong pincer grasp).
Ten months - Waves goodbye, picks things up with pincer grasp and crawls well
"It's really important to be sitting by 9 months, to have a pincer grasp by 12 months, to understand body parts at 18 months, ...
She is at that age where she has just attained the pincer grasp -- thumb and forefinger together -- and she has begun to pluck at things with her brand-new grasp -- dust balls, lint.
By 10 months, many babies have perfected the "pincer grasp" and can pinch and pick up smaller foods like peas, puffed cereal and Cheerios.