How do you use up for grabs?
Management is desperately trying to persuade people to attend. — What’s up for grabs at tomorrow’s auction? — McDonald’s annual Monopoly contest had millions in cash and prizes up for grabs. — The director has resigned so his position is up for grabs and everyone is scrambling to apply.
Available and to be, or to become available. available. public.
Is up for grabs informal?
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe up for grabsbe up for grabsinformal if a job, prize, opportunity etc is up for grabs, it is available for anyone who wants to try to have it → grabExamples from the Corpusbe up for grabs• The lower house of Congress also is up for grabs in the July elections.
What is the meaning of grabbed up?
Informal to catch the attention or interest of; impress. n. 6 the act or an instance of grabbing.
What mean grabs?
transitive verb. 1 : to take or seize by or as if by a sudden motion or grasp grab up an ax grabbed the opportunity grab attention. 2 : to take hastily grab a bite to eat grab a cab. 3a : to seize the attention of the technique of grabbing an audience— Pauline Kael.
What does it mean to be up for something?
1 informal : wanting to have or do (something) I’m up for some Chinese food.
What does it mean to bend over backwards?
To bend over backwards is to work extra hard to make something happen, particularly to help someone or to make them happy. If your smart friend bends over backwards to help you pass your math test, you owe her a huge thanks.
What is taking something for granted?
2 : to value (something or someone) too lightly : to fail to properly notice or appreciate (someone or something that should be valued) We often take our freedom for granted. I’m tired of being taken for granted.
Are up for it meaning?
informal. keen or willing to try something out or make a good effort. it’s a big challenge and I’m up for it.
What is the meaning of cat got your tongue?
Definition of cat got your tongue
—used to ask someone why he or she is not saying anything “You’ve been unusually quiet tonight,” she said.
What is first come first serve?
Definition of first come, first served
—used to say that the people who arrive earliest get served or treated before the people who arrive later The campsites are first come, first served, so we’d better get there early. The campsites are assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis.