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“Let’s grab a bite to eat”

“Let’s grab ..” (literally ‘afferriamo’) is a colloquial English phrase we often use when we want to suggest we have something quickly. 

When you are with others you can suggest a quick snack or drink, “Let’s grab a bite to eat.”

“Have you got time to grab a sandwich?”

“Let’s grab a coffee/tea/beer, etc”

We often use “grab” when we invite someone to take something, “Grab a chair I’ll be with you in a moment.”

See you next week, I’m just off to grab a coffee!