snatch

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Definizione monolingua snatch


snatch


Verb

snatch (third-person singular simple present snatches, present participle snatching, simple past and past participle snatched)


  1. To grasp quickly.
    He snatched up the phone.
  2. To grasp and remove quickly.
    He snatched the letter out of the secretarys hand.
    • 1922, Virginia Woolf, Jacobs Room Chapter 2
      ""How many times have I told you?"" she cried, and seized him and snatched his stick away from him.
  3. To steal.
    Someone has just snatched my purse!
  4. (by extension) To take a victory at the last moment.
  5. To do something quickly due to limited time available.
    He snatched a sandwich before catching the train.
    He snatched a look at her while her mother had her back turned.
Noun

snatch (plural snatches)


  1. A quick grab or catch.
    The leftfielder makes a nice snatch to end the inning.
  2. (weightlifting) A competitive weightlifting event in which a barbell is lifted from the platform to locked arms overhead in a smooth continuous movement.
  3. A piece of some sound, usually music or conversation.
    I heard a snatch of Mozart as I passed the open window.
  4. (vulgar slang) A vagina.
    • 1962, Douglas Woolf, Wall to Wall,[1] Grove Press, page 83,
      Claude, is it true what they say about Olovia? Of course she’s getting a little old for us—what about Marilyum, did you try her snatch?
    • 1985, Jackie Collins, Lucky,[2] Simon and Schuster, ISBN 0671524933, page 150,
      Roughly Santino ripped the sheet from the bed, exposing all of her. She had blond hair on her snatch, which drove him crazy. He was partial to blondes.
    • 2008, Jim Craig, North to Disaster,[3] Bushak Press, ISBN 0961711213, page 178,
      “ […] You want me to ask Brandy to let you paint her naked body with all this gooey stuff to make a mold of her snatch?”


Definizione italiano>inglese snatch

afferrare
scippare
  to steal
strappare
  to snatch a victory
arraffare
brano
carpire
cogliere
colpire
furto
pezzo
portare via
prendere
presa
rapimento
riuscire
rubare
sottrarre
strappo
togliere

Altri significati:


Traduzione 'veloce'


afferrare |scippare |strappare |arraffare |brano |carpire |cogliere |colpire |furto |pezzo |portare via |prendere |presa |rapimento |riuscire |rubare |sottrarre |strappo |togliere |


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