I am looking for a word that I could use when I am asking someone to help me by taking something with them, and I’d like to stress that I am asking for this favour because I know it is not a big deal.
Your family member is leaving the house and you shout:
— ??? the garbage please!
You are going outside anyway, so please take this garbage bag with you and dispose of it.
You are hosting a party and call your friend and tell them:
– ??? your playstation gamepads please!
We’d like to play some game for 4 players, and I have only 2 gamepads, I know it is not hard for you to bring yours too, so just throw them into your bag on your way out.
I think I saw “grab” used in this context, but I am not sure if it was correct, as I was under the impression that “to grab” has this “quick” meaning, but does not convey “easy” and “you won’t even notice it”, which are more important in these cases, as well as “it is not for your own benefit, but a favour I am asking for”.