This sentence is taken from lesson 2 of HSK3 and apparently it means "get an umbrella".
The full sentence is 我下楼去给你拿把伞 which should mean "I will go downstairs to get you an umbrella".
My IME is always suggesting 那把伞, which obviously means "that umbrella", which makes me think this construction might not be as common ... ?
So my question is if this "拿把伞" really is 拿(verb) 把(measureword) 伞(noun). Because I have never seen a measure word attached to a verb in this way, at least not in Chinese. Can all transitive verbs do this? Are there other verbs that behave in this way?