to take / have something quickly
Past Participle form
I always grab an apple from the shop.
She grabs lunch at her desk.
A: I play football on Tuesday.
B: What do you do for dinner?
A: I grab a sandwich before.
B: That's sensible.
I grabbed the blue doughnut before my sister could.
Lucy grabbed my phone after I kept playing with it.
A: You're late back from work.
B: Sorry. I grabbed a quick drink after work.
A: That's okay. Dinner won't be for a while.
I'm grabbing dinner with Joe later.
My husband and her friends are grabbing a drink before the film.
A: Are you going to the supermarket?
B: I'm in there now.
A: Can you grab some tea bags please?
B: I'm grabbing them now.
I've grabbed a few t-shirts and jeans for the holiday.
She'd grabbed a coffee from Starbuck when her purse was stolen.
A: Have you eaten?
B: Yes. I've grabbed a McDonalds.
A: Did you get me anything?
B: No, sorry. Did you want something?