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To snatch/seize in Russian 🇷🇺

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to snatch/seize хватить
How to say “to snatch/seize” in Russian? “Хватить”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “хватить” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to snatch/seize in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Think of the word "hvat" as related to "grab" or "grasp."
– Imagine grabbing something quickly, like you’re in a hurry (the 'v' sound in both words can help in making the connection).

– "Хватить" (hvatit') means "to snatch" or "to seize."
– It can also mean to have enough of something, as in "этого хватит" (etogo khvatit) meaning "that’s enough."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Схватить (skhvatit') – to grab or seize
– Урвать (urvat') – to snatch
– Захватить (zakhvatit') – to capture, seize

– Infinitive: хватить (khvatit')
– Past:
– Masculine: хватил (khvatil)
– Feminine: хватила (khvatila)
– Neuter: хватило (khvatilo)
– Plural: хватили (khvatili)
– Present: (Note: "хватить" in the sense of "to snatch" is not commonly used in the present tense. Instead "хватать" (khvatat') is used)
– Я хватаю (ya khvataju)
– Ты хватаешь (ty khvataesh')
– Он/она/оно хватает (on/ona/ono khvataet)
– Мы хватаем (my khvataem)
– Вы хватаете (vy khvataete)
– Они хватают (oni khvatajut)
– Future:
– Я хватит (ya khvatit')
– Ты хватишь (ty khvatish')
– Он/она/оно хватит (on/ona/ono khvatit')
– Мы хватим (my khvatim)
– Вы хватите (vy khvatite)
– Они хватят (oni khvatyat)

Example sentences:
1. Ему не хватило времени.
– (Yemu ne khvatilo vremeni.)
– He didn’t have enough time.

2. Хватай свою шляпу и беги!
– (Khvataj svoyu shlyapu i begi!)
– Grab your hat and run!

3. Кто-то пытался хватить мою сумку на улице.
– (Kto-to pytalsya khvatit' moyu sumku na ulitse.)
– Someone tried to snatch my bag on the street.

4. Ей хватило сил подняться.
– (Yey khvatilo sil podnyat'sya.)
– She had enough strength to get up.

5. Пожалуйста, хватай это крепче.
– (Pozhaluysta, khvataj eto krepche.)
– Please, grab this tighter.

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