- to be confident of success; to be definite about; to be sure; to have (or hold) the cards in one's hand
- adj.对....有把握,确信某事,稳当的,可靠的 adv.的确,当然
- n.把握,把持力,柄,控制,监禁,掌握,货舱 vt.拿着,保存,支持,占据,持有,拥有 vi.支持,保持,有效 n.控制,保留
- She seems quite clear about her future curricula.
- Success was within her grasp.
- Matter of fact I know a certain major-general who comes from your part of the country; I can easily persuade him to invest in a bit of property in his own district.
- To impress deter or intimidate by a false display of confidence.
- Winning this game is in the bag? We're leading by five goals to nil.
- This film has been both a test and a personal triumph.
- "A bomb is sure" he said. "By attacking at the yamen we guarantee that no one will mistake our cause"
- It is probably safe to assume that almost any scotch pine could be crossed with almost any other scotch pine.
- Huxley himself was ambivalent about soma pills or their equivalent.
- The barrister was keen enough to divine that the banker would not have gone so far in his expression of opinion on any less solid ground than moral certainty.
- She is well up for the coming examination.
- I think you've got more chance of getting shit out of a rocking horse.
- We can safely assume that she was not there that night.
- This is a sure thing.
- It was the weakest thing he had ever done.it was totally unassured.