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use "grasp" in a sentence

Now watching Up next Ben Carson struggling to grasp foreign policy?

But it's hard to really grasp Apple's size just by talking about it.

It’s as if they didn’t all grasp the magnitude of what they were doing.

This is something my elementary mind was able to grasp with little effort.

"They find it very difficult to grasp the the concept of compound interest.

It affected everyday life in ways which are hard for us to grasp fully today.

I was trying to think of some survival techniques to avoid his powerful grasp.

They say that makes it a struggle for students to grasp more complex concepts.

I’ve got a better grasp of what music is working and what the fans gravitate towards.

As he helped his brother climb higher on the cliff, Brock reached out to grasp a rock.

“I just never feel like I have a grasp of what the facts are,” Yarmuth said Wednesday.

Or did they think Trump isn't intelligent enough to grasp the nuances of public policy?

Despite the biographical details, there’s no clear linearity to grasp onto for very long.

It's all part of how kids are learning how to grasp computers in a more meaningful way.

My body just started to kind of click and grasp onto the things I used to do naturally, he said.

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