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Meanings of Snap-out-of-it:

idiom

To stop experiencing something unpleasant or stop behaving in a negative way

Usage examples:

I was depressed, and i couldn't snap out of it., johnson has finally snapped out of a four-week hit…

Snapback

ˈsnæpbæk

Meanings of Snapback:

noun

A baseball cap with a large flat brim and an adjustable strap at the back consisting of two pieces of plastic that snap together.

Usage examples:

The star was photographed stepping out wearing a white tank top and a raiders snapback

Snapbacks

ˈsnapbak

Meanings of Snapbacks:

noun

A baseball cap with a large flat brim and an adjustable strap at the back consisting of two pieces of plastic that snap together.

Usage examples:

The star was photographed stepping out wearing a white tank top and a raiders snapback

Meanings of Snapdragon:

noun

A plant bearing spikes of brightly coloured two-lobed flowers which gape like a mouth when a bee lands on the curved lip.

Usage examples:

There are a number of cool-season vegetables to plant, along with flowers such as dianthus, petunia…

Meanings of Snapdragons:

noun

A plant bearing spikes of brightly coloured two-lobed flowers which gape like a mouth when a bee lands on the curved lip.

Usage examples:

There are a number of cool-season vegetables to plant, along with flowers such as dianthus, petunia…

Meanings of Snapped:

verb

Break suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound.

Usage examples:

Guitar strings kept snapping
noun

A sudden, sharp cracking sound or movement.

Usage examples:

She closed her purse with a snap
adjective

Done or taken on the spur of the moment, unexpectedly, or without notice.

Usage examples:

A snap decision

Past simple and past participle of snap

Snapper

ˈsnæp.ər

Meanings of Snapper:

noun

A marine fish that is typically reddish and is valued as food.

Usage examples:

Common fish which can give ciguatera fish poisoning include groupers, barracudas, snappers, and mac…

Snappier

ˈsnæp.i

Meanings of Snappier:

adjective

Irritable and inclined to speak sharply; snappish.

Usage examples:

Anything unusual made her snappy and nervous

Snappiest

ˈsnæp.i

Meanings of Snappiest:

adjective

Irritable and inclined to speak sharply; snappish.

Usage examples:

Anything unusual made her snappy and nervous

Snappily

ˈsnæp.əl.i

Meanings of Snappily:

adverb

In a way that is modern and stylish

Usage examples:

The sales team is usually pretty snappily dressed., she dresses snappily for her age, having an exc…

Meanings of Snapping:

noun

The action of breaking suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound.

Usage examples:

The snapping of a twig startled her from her reverie
adjective

Making a sharp cracking sound or sounds.

Usage examples:

The snapping snare drum
verb

Break suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound.

Usage examples:

Guitar strings kept snapping

Present participle of snap

Snappish

ˈsnæp.ɪʃ

Meanings of Snappish:

adjective

(of a dog) irritable and inclined to bite.

Usage examples:

She was often snappish with the children

Snappishly

ˈsnæp.ɪʃ.li

Meanings of Snappishly:

adverb

Angrily, or in a way that shows you are easily annoyed

Usage examples:

"of course i know what i'm doing!" she said, snappishly., "that is your business," she answered, qu…

Snappy

ˈsnapi

Meanings of Snappy:

adjective

Irritable and inclined to speak sharply; snappish.

Usage examples:

Anything unusual made her snappy and nervous

Snaps

snap

Meanings of Snaps:

verb

Break suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound.

Usage examples:

Guitar strings kept snapping
noun

A sudden, sharp cracking sound or movement.

Usage examples:

She closed her purse with a snap
adjective

Done or taken on the spur of the moment, unexpectedly, or without notice.

Usage examples:

A snap decision

Meanings of Snapshoot:

noun

An informal photograph taken quickly, typically with a small handheld camera.

Usage examples:

A collection of family snapshots

Meanings of Snapshot:

noun

An informal photograph taken quickly, typically with a small handheld camera.

Usage examples:

A collection of family snapshots

Snapshots

ˈsnæp.ʃɒt

Meanings of Snapshots:

noun

An informal photograph taken quickly, typically with a small handheld camera.

Usage examples:

A collection of family snapshots

Snare

snɛː

Meanings of Snare:

noun

A trap for catching birds or mammals, typically one having a noose of wire or cord.

Usage examples:

Most poachers used silent and invisible methods such as wire snares and jaw traps to capture their …
verb

Catch (a bird or mammal) in a snare.

Usage examples:

The foxes were humanely snared

Meanings of Snared:

verb

Catch (a bird or mammal) in a snare.

Usage examples:

The foxes were humanely snared
noun

A trap for catching birds or mammals, typically one having a noose of wire or cord.

Usage examples:

Most poachers used silent and invisible methods such as wire snares and jaw traps to capture their …

Snares

sneər

Meanings of Snares:

noun

A trap for catching birds or mammals, typically one having a noose of wire or cord.

Usage examples:

Most poachers used silent and invisible methods such as wire snares and jaw traps to capture their …
verb

Catch (a bird or mammal) in a snare.

Usage examples:

The foxes were humanely snared

Meanings of Snarf:

verb

To eat something very quickly in a way that people think is greedy

Usage examples:

He snarfed down the whole cake., i snarfed the book off the table when he wasn't looking., he hacke…

Snaring

sneər

Meanings of Snaring:

verb

Catch (a bird or mammal) in a snare.

Usage examples:

The foxes were humanely snared
noun

A trap for catching birds or mammals, typically one having a noose of wire or cord.

Usage examples:

Most poachers used silent and invisible methods such as wire snares and jaw traps to capture their …

Meanings of Snarks:

noun

An imaginary animal (used typically with reference to a task or goal that is elusive or impossible to achieve).

Usage examples:

Pinning down the middle classes is like the hunting of the snark
verb

Make critical or mocking comments in an indirect or sarcastic way.

Usage examples:

They even snark about her family background

Snarky

ˈsnɑː.ki

Meanings of Snarky:

adjective

Criticizing someone in an annoyed way and trying to hurt their feelings

Usage examples:

There was some idiot at the back of the room making snarky comments.

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