There are 2 main translations of snuff in Spanish:

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snuff 1

American English: /snəf/
British English: /snʌf/

transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

snuff out

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
1.1
(candle)
1.2
(rebellion)
(hopes)
hacer perder

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There are 2 main translations of snuff in Spanish:

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snuff 2
American English: /snəf/
British English: /snʌf/

noun

uncountable
  • 1.1 (for inhaling) to take snuff
    tomar rapé
    Example sentences
    • Eating out every other day or habits like chewing betel leaves, tobacco, taking snuff, smoking, and drinking take their toll on one's health and voice.
    • Although bubble gum and candy are also packaged to resemble snuff, chewing tobacco, pipes, and cigars, we do not know if similar evidence exists for such products or in other countries.
    • I would take my brown bag lunch down to Fish Creek behind the football field where I had smoked pot and done snuff back in my middle school.
    1.2
    also: dipping snuff
    (American English)

transitive verb

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