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1. To grasp something.
2. A Japanese band that sings an intro to Inuyasha.
1. All the other definitions for grip were written by total dumbasses as they seem to think it has two syllables. (Which it doesn't, durr.)
2. Grip's song, Every Little Thing, is fairly decent.
by Blizzleair September 21, 2003
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1.
To have a abundant amount of something
Yo! I got a grip of cash today, lets go spend it.

or

Theres no need to buy more beer, I have a grip at home.
by Nemon23 October 04, 2002
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2.
A whole lot of something.
I went to the store a bought a whole grip of forties.
by PMink September 27, 2004
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3.
$10,000. Named so due to the size of the wad of bills. Unlike a "stack" which is how 10 $100 bills are put together (in a stack), a grip is 10 stacks, only way to hold it is to grip it because its all rolled up.
"Walk around like I got a grip in my pants, yea thats about 10 stacks..." -Young Jeezy
by Tha_Ape September 28, 2006
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4.
Unit of measurement for long periods of time.
It took us a grip to get there.
I haven't been to this bar in a grip.
by Hot Bag April 20, 2009
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5.
n. a phrase used to express quantity; a large amount of something.
"There were a grip of people at the concert."

"I have a grip of homework to finish before class tomorrow."
by UberGanz July 23, 2008
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6.
To have a large amount of something good.
Yo, I just got a fuckin' GRIP of weed, so let's blaze that shit up!
by Tom Lowe August 14, 2005
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7.
an adjective used to describe a long length of time
Yo, I havent seen you in a grip. It must have been a year.
by K-BREEZY April 04, 2008
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