One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Available; obtainable.‘great prizes up for grabs’
available, obtainable, to be had, there for the takingView synonyms
- ‘Heaps of prizes are up for grabs, and it is open to all ages and styles for soloists, duos and bands.’
- ‘The competition features nine categories and there are plenty of cash prizes up for grabs.’
- ‘There is a top prize of £100 up for grabs for the best amateur photograph of the festival.’
- ‘A winner will be drawn at each meeting and there are a variety of attractive prizes up for grabs.’
- ‘So far we're delighted with the response but then again there is a great prize up for grabs.’
- ‘Prizes including television sets and jewellery will be up for grabs in a raffle.’
- ‘There are some fantastic prizes up for grabs so get dressed up and come along.’
- ‘Admission is free and there will be a number of prizes up for grabs on the night.’
- ‘Then there will be a fundraising auction and raffle with prizes up for grabs.’
- ‘Winners receive rosettes and a selection of prizes will be up for grabs.’
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