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Noun
Something that is easy to do
“… this test will be a snap.”
Noun
A sudden, sharp cracking sound or movement
“There was a sudden sharp snap and he turned to see Thomas holding up a limp Bomani, the jaguar's head hanging just a little too loose for normal.”
Noun
A sudden brief spell of cold or otherwise distinctive weather
“A snap of cold and wet weather will give rise to pneumonia in calves so stay vigilant.”
Noun
Vigour or liveliness of style or action; zest
“There was also some much needed snap and bite in midfield with the return of skipper Chris Brass alongside Richard Cooper.”
Noun
A snapshot
“The photograph enclosed was a holiday snap of a pretty blonde woman looking back over her shoulder on a river bank and laughing at the photographer.”
Noun
A weather condition marked by low temperatures
“… a prolonged cold snap.”
Noun
A very small amount
“I don't care a snap about gossip.”
Verb
Break suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound
“The safety rope snapped and Davis was sucked under the water.”
Verb
Say something quickly and irritably
“I'm sorry, I didn't mean to snap at you.”
Verb
Suddenly lose one's self-control
“She claims she snapped after years of violence.”
Verb
Emit a sudden, sharp cracking sound
“The odd white flag with the red cross of St George snaps in the breeze on a makeshift flagpole of old aerials, high above the iron palisades, as if this was the last redoubt of a race on the verge of extinction.”
Verb
Take a snapshot of
“He used his cell phone camera to snap the picture of the cigarette.”
Verb
To pass from one form, state, or level to another
“… she abruptly snapped alert.”
Verb
Bite, seize
“The poodle yapped and snapped at our legs.”
Verb
“Wolves snapped and howled at Seye workers, who were running everywhere, and grabbing weapons from the guard towers.”
Adjective
Involving minimal difficulty or effort
“… a snap course that even an idiot could pass.”
Adjective
Made or done without previous thought or preparation
“… made a snap decision.”
Adjective
Done or taken on the spur of the moment, unexpectedly, or without notice
“I think this is too important for a snap decision.”
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