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(idiomatic) To obtain, acquire or get and keep hold of something.
These covers securely latch onto the pool deck or fit into tracks along the pool edge.
Shortly before the half hour mark the game livened up when Luke Prince charged into the area to latch onto a Jenkins pass.
These bicarbonate ions immediately latch onto a section of the crocodiles ' hemoglobin molecules, forcing the hemoglobin to release its attached oxygen.
We twiddle the dial on our internal radio hoping to latch onto something we can hear.
Some babies refuse to latch onto the breast, especially if they are fed from a bottle (which is easier to suck) early on.
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