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TOEFL BNC: 2843 COCA: 2597
verb /snæp/
present tense
present participlesnapping
past tensesnapped
past participlesnapped
  1. 1
    [I/T] to suddenly break something with a short loud noise, or to be broken in this way (使)喀嚓一声断裂

    When the rope snapped, Davis fell into the water. 当绳子啪的一声断裂时,戴维斯掉进了水里。

    The storm snapped young trees like matchsticks. 风暴像折火柴棍似的折断了小树。

    snap (something) off :

    Ken snapped off the smaller branches. 肯喀嚓一声折断了那些较小的树枝。

    snap something in half/two :

    Snap the biscuit in two and share it. 把饼干掰成两半,分着吃。

     Synonyms and related words
    To break: break, fall apart, shatter...
  2. 2
    [I/T] to quickly move something such as a light switch so that it makes a short sound, or to be moved quickly in this way (使)啪地突然移动
    snap (something) open/shut/together/on/off :

    She quickly snapped her handbag shut. 她喀哒一声把手提包合上了。

    It's really simple to build – the bits just snap together. 搭起来真的很简单,这些小部件啪的一声就合起来了。

     Synonyms and related words
    To move something quickly: fling, skim, slide...
  3. 3
    [I/T] if an animal such as a dog snaps you or snaps at you, it bites you or tries to bite you 咬;噬
    snap at :

    A terrier was snapping at his heels. 一只狗正要咬他的脚后跟。

     Synonyms and related words
  4. 4
    [I] to suddenly lose control and become extremely angry or upset because a situation has become too annoying or difficult 突然崩溃;突然发怒

    She was bound to snap under all that pressure. 在那么大的压力下她必定会垮掉。

    1. a.
      [I/T] to speak to someone in a sudden, angry way 厉声说;怒气冲冲地说

      ‘What do you want now?' he snapped angrily. “你现在想要什么?”他生气地厉声说道。

      snap at :

      I'm sorry I snapped at you just now. 我很抱歉,我刚才对你说话太严厉。

  5. 5
    [T] informal to take a photograph of someone or something 给…拍照;拍摄

    He worked as a photographer, snapping the young Brigitte Bardot. 他是个摄影师,拍摄了年轻时的碧姬·芭铎。

     Synonyms and related words

phrasal verbs

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noun /snæp/
  1. 1
    [singular] a short loud noise, made especially by something breaking or closing (尤指东西断裂或关上的)喀嚓声,啪嗒声

    The lid closed with a snap. 盖子啪嗒一声盖上了。

     Synonyms and related words
    Loud sounds: bang, beep, blare...
     Synonyms and related words
    Short and high sounds: beep, bleep, chirp...
  2. 2
    [C] British informal a photograph taken without the use of professional equipment 快照;照片

    holiday snaps 假日快照

     Synonyms and related words
  3. 3
    [U] a simple card game in which players put down cards in piles and try to be the first to shout ‘snap' when there are two cards that are the same 呼“同”牌戏(一种简单牌戏,玩牌者将牌一张张放下,认出两张相同的牌时即抢先呼“同”)
     Synonyms and related words
    Card games: blackjack, bridge, canasta...
  4. From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    a northern English dialect word for food, especially food that is taken to work to be eaten at lunchtime

    When you're a miner, you have seven yards [of coal seam] to cut, so you'd get five yards under your belt, then have your snap knowing there were only two left.

    Submitted from United Kingdom on 04/05/2015
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adjective /snæp/
  1. decided or arranged very quickly, without much thought, preparation, or warning (决定或安排)匆忙的,仓促的
    a snap decision/judgment :

    We mustn't be pushed into making a snap decision. 我们一定不能在催促之下作出匆忙的决定。

     Synonyms and related words
    Quickly: quickly, fast, rapid...
     Synonyms and related words
    Not showing careful thought or good judgment: shallow, foolish, mindless...
interjection /snæp/
  1. 1
    British informal used when you see two things that are the same (用于看见两件相同东西时)哟,嘿,真巧啊

    Snap! You've got exactly the same phone as me! 真巧啊!你的电话跟我的一模一样!

     Synonyms and related words
    The same: another, equal, equivalent...
  2. 2
    spoken the word that you shout in the game of snap when you see two cards that are the same “同”(玩呼“同”牌戏时见到相同的两张牌时的呼喊声)
     Synonyms and related words
TOEFL BNC: 2843 COCA: 2597


1break suddenly with a sharp noise啪的一聲折斷ADVERB | PHRASES ADVERBsuddenly忽然啪的一聲折斷The branch suddenly snapped.樹枝忽然啪的一聲斷了。easily容易折斷off折斷One of the table's legs had been snapped off.桌子的一條腿斷了。PHRASESsnap (sth) in half, snap (sth) in two(把某物)啪地折成兩半She picked up the pencil and snapped it in two.她拿起鉛筆,啪地折成兩截。


2move quickly with a sharp noise啪地迅速移動PHRASESsnap (sth) open, snap (sth) shut吧嗒一聲打開(⋯)/關上(⋯)She snapped the lid shut.她吧嗒一聲蓋上了蓋子。snap (sth) together吧嗒一聲(把⋯)合在一起The plastic pieces snap together to make a replica of a dinosaur.塑料拼塊吧嗒一聲合在一起,成了一個恐龍模型。


3speak in a quick angry way厲聲說ADVERB | PREPOSITION ADVERBangrily, harshly, impatiently, irritably, sarcastically, sharply生氣地呵斥;厲聲呵斥;不耐煩地斥責;暴躁地呵斥;諷刺地斥責back厲聲反駁'How should I know?' Jen snapped back.“我怎麼會知道?”珍厲聲反駁道。PREPOSITIONat呵斥⋯He lost his temper and snapped irritably at the children.他發火了,暴躁地斥責孩子們。


4lose control失控ADVERBfinally終於失控My patience finally snapped.我終於失去了耐心。suddenly突然失控TV reports of a man who suddenly snapped and killed himself and his family關於一個人突然失控殺了家人並自殺的電視報道just, simply就是失控I guess he just snapped.我猜他就是失控了。
TOEFL BNC: 2843 COCA: 2597
snap noun
bang (close with a snap) photograph (holiday snaps)
snap verb

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