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snap British & World English

Break suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound

bite someone's head off British & World English

Reply sharply and brusquely to someone

snap-on British & World English

Denoting a cover or attachment that is attached or secured with a snap

cold snap British & World English

A sudden, brief spell of cold weather

snap bean British & World English

A bean of a variety grown for its edible pods

snap-brim British & World English

(Of a hat) with a brim that can be turned up and down at opposite sides

snap hook British & World English

A hook with a spring allowing the entrance but preventing the escape of a cord, link, etc.

snap-lock British & World English

Denoting a device or component which is fastened automatically when pushed into position

snap pea British & World English

Another term for sugar snap.

snap roll British & World English

A manoeuvre in which an aircraft makes a single quick revolution about its longitudinal axis while flying horizontally

brandy snap British & World English

A crisp rolled gingerbread wafer, usually filled with cream

Scotch snap British & World English

A rhythmic feature in which a dotted note is preceded by a stressed shorter note, characteristic of strathspeys

sugar snap British & World English

Mangetout, especially of a variety with thicker and more rounded pods

in a snap British & World English

In a moment; almost immediately

snap-action British & World English

Denoting a switch or relay that makes and breaks contact rapidly, whatever the speed of the activating mechanism

snap fastener British & World English

Another term for press stud.

snap out of British & World English

Get out of (a bad or unhappy mood) by a sudden effort

snap one's fingers British & World English

Make a sharp clicking sound by bending the last joint of the middle finger against the thumb and suddenly releasing it, typically in order to attract attention in a peremptory way or to accompany the beat of music

snap something up British & World English

Quickly and eagerly buy or secure something that is in short supply or being sold cheaply

in a snap in snap British & World English

In a moment; almost immediately

snap out of in snap British & World English

Get out of (a bad or unhappy mood) by a sudden effort

snap something up in snap British & World English

Quickly and eagerly buy or secure something that is in short supply or being sold cheaply

snap one's fingers in finger British & World English

Make a sharp clicking sound by bending the last joint of the middle finger against the thumb and suddenly releasing it, typically in order to attract attention in a peremptory way or to accompany the beat of music

bite someone's head off in head British & World English

Reply sharply and brusquely to someone

snap-in in snap-on British & World English

Denoting a cover or attachment that is attached or secured with a snap

snap link in snap hook British & World English

A hook with a spring allowing the entrance but preventing the escape of a cord, link, etc.

snap shot in snapshot British & World English

A shot in soccer or hockey taken quickly with little backlift

ginger nut British & World English

A hard ginger-flavoured biscuit

ginger snap in ginger nut British & World English

A hard ginger-flavoured biscuit

sugar snap pea in sugar snap British & World English

Mangetout, especially of a variety with thicker and more rounded pods

snap or click one's fingers in finger British & World English

Make a sharp clicking sound by bending the last joint of the middle finger against the thumb and suddenly releasing it, typically in order to attract attention in a peremptory way or to accompany the beat of music

snap English Thesaurus

the safety rope snapped and Davis was sucked under the water

snap English-Spanish

chasquido masculine, ruido

snap up English-Spanish

no dejar escapar

snap-on English-Spanish

que se cierra con un clic

snap back English-Spanish

recuperarse

snap-off English-Spanish

que se quita levantándolo

snap up English-Spanish

no dejar escapar

snap back English-Spanish

recuperarse

to snap at sb English-Spanish

hablarle con brusquedad

a cold snap in snap English-Spanish

una ola de frío

it's a snap in snap English-Spanish

es facilísimo, está tirado, es una papa, es chancaca


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