lose one's grip

lose one's grip become unable to understand or control one's situation.
Main Entry: grip

English terms dictionary. 2015.

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  • lose one’s grip — AND lose one’s hold tv. o lose one’s control over something. □ When I begin to lose my grip, I will just quit. □ I’m losing my hold. It must be time to chuck it …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • lose one's grip — lose control …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lose one's grip — {v. phr.} To fail in control or command; lose your strength, force, or ability to lead. * /Mr. Jones began to lose his grip: he no longer wanted the hard jobs, and he left decisions to others./ * /When a locomotive engineer loses his grip, he is… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lose one's grip — {v. phr.} To fail in control or command; lose your strength, force, or ability to lead. * /Mr. Jones began to lose his grip: he no longer wanted the hard jobs, and he left decisions to others./ * /When a locomotive engineer loses his grip, he is… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lose\ one's\ grip — v. phr. To fail in control or command; lose your strength, force, or ability to lead. Mr. Jones began to lose his grip: he no longer wanted the hard jobs, and he left decisions to others. When a locomotive engineer loses his grip, he is no longer …   Словарь американских идиом

  • lose one's grip — Old wrestlers never die, they just lose their grip. grippe n …   English expressions

  • lose one's grip — become unable to understand or control one s situation. → grip …   English new terms dictionary

  • lose one's grip — become unable to understand or control one s situation an elderly person who seems to be losing his grip …   Useful english dictionary

  • lose one’s hold — Go to lose one’s grip …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • grip — ► VERB (gripped, gripping) 1) take and keep a firm hold of; grasp tightly. 2) deeply affect or afflict. 3) hold the attention or interest of. ► NOUN 1) a firm hold. 2) intellectual understanding …   English terms dictionary

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