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  • v. To obtain, acquire or get and keep hold of something.


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  • “But I will promise you this, Mr. Sadler—when we put Pierce away for murder, I’ll find a way to latch onto you as an accessory.”

    Sin City

  • Theo Walcott - hoping to be in the England World Cup squad - beat the offside trap to latch onto Bacary Sagna's pass and dart into the right side of the penalty area.

    TEAMtalk Football News


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