take hold of eagerly and forcefully; grab
grasp suddenly and forcefully; take into one's possession
"The sales clerk quickly seized the money on the counter"
"She clutched her purse"
"The mother seized her child by the arm"
"Birds of prey often seize small mammals"
"The terrorists seized the politicians"
"The rebels threaten to seize civilian hostages"
"the invaders seized the land and property of the inhabitants"
"The army seized the town"
"The militia captured the castle"
"The FBI seized the drugs"
"The customs agents impounded the illegal shipment"
"The police confiscated the stolen artwork"
"He assumed to himself the right to fill all positions in the town"
"he usurped my rights"
"She seized control of the throne after her husband died"
"strike a fish"
"Fear seized the prisoners"
"The patient was seized with unbearable pains"
"He was seized with a dreadful disease"
"This story will grab you"
"The movie seized my imagination"
Turkey will not fight Russia if Bessarabia is seized.
出自： J. Colville
The..idea of seizing freedom by force loomed up again.
出自： E. Bowen
What she had was eventually seized by the Gestapo.
出自： P. Mailloux
He seized me by the arm.
The snowstorm was so heavy that the city's whole transport system seized up.
His heart seized up and he dropped dead on the spot.
My joints seize up in cold weather.
He was writing his essay when, all of a sudden, he was seized with giddiness.
He was seized with a violent attack of dysentery.
He was seized with sudden chest pains.
She was seized with panic.
He was seized with a sudden desire to leave the place.
She was seized with a sudden desire to laugh, at a most unsuitable moment in the performance.
The old man was seized with burning hatred for the fascists.
He was seized with burning hatred for the enemy.
他心中这时充满了对敌人的仇恨。 seize it with both hands
If the government offers a new means of saving tax, we should seize it with both hands.
Once he was given a chance in the firm, he seized it with both hands and is now on his way to the top.
误 Betty was seized with suddenly an illness this morning.
正 Betty was seized with an illness this morning.
误 We must seize still greater victory by force in the difficult conditions.
正 We must seize still greater victory in the difficult conditions.
析 seize作“侵袭”解时,它本身含有“突然”的意思,所以加suddenly这类的副词是多余的。当作“夺取”解时,它本身含有“强有力”的意思,所以加by force这样一个短语也是多余的。
误 The policeman seized the thief's arm.
正 The policeman seized the thief by the arm.
析 表示“抓住某人的某个部位”,通常用seize sb by sth 结构。