- v. 劈啪作响；崩塌；砰然关上；猛咬；谩骂；拍摄
- n. 啪嗒声；快照
- adj. 突然的；匆忙的
- adv. 劈啪作响地
- =systems for nuclear auxiliary power 核辅助动力系统
- vt. & vi. 猛地咬住 snatch with the teeth
- vt. & vi. (使某物)发出尖厉声音地突然断裂〔打开,关闭〕 (cause sth to) to break suddenly/open/close sth with a sharp noise
- vt. & vi. 厉声地说 speak or say sth in a sharp voice
- vt. 拍…的快照 to take a snapshot of
the act of catching an object with the hands;
"Mays made the catch with his back to the plate"
"he made a grab for the ball before it landed"
"Martin's snatch at the bridle failed and the horse raced away"
"the infielder's snap and throw was a single motion"
a spell of cold weather;
"a cold snap in the middle of May"
tender green beans without strings that easily snap into sections
a crisp round cookie flavored with ginger
the noise produced by the rapid movement of a finger from the tip to the base of the thumb on the same hand;
"servants appeared at the snap of his fingers"
a sudden sharp noise;
"the crack of a whip"
"he heard the cracking of the ice"
"he can hear the snap of a twig"
a sudden breaking
the tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed;
"the waistband had lost its snap"
an informal photograph; usually made with a small hand-held camera;
"my snapshots haven't been developed yet"
"he tried to get unposed shots of his friends"
a fastener used on clothing; fastens with a snapping sound;
"children can manage snaps better than buttons"
any undertaking that is easy to do;
"marketing this product will be no picnic"
the act of snapping the fingers; movement of a finger from the tip to the base of the thumb on the same hand;
"he gave his fingers a snap"
(American football) putting the ball in play by passing it (between the legs) to a back;
"the quarterback fumbled the snap"
utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone;
"The sales clerk snapped a reply at the angry customer"
"The guard snarled at us"
separate or cause to separate abruptly;
"The rope snapped"
"tear the paper"
break suddenly and abruptly, as under tension;
"The pipe snapped"
move or strike with a noise;
"he clicked on the light"
"his arm was snapped forward"
close with a snapping motion;
"The lock snapped shut"
make a sharp sound;
"his fingers snapped"
move with a snapping sound;
"bullets snapped past us"
to grasp hastily or eagerly;
"Before I could stop him the dog snatched the ham bone"
put in play with a snap;
"snap a football"
cause to make a snapping sound;
"snap your fingers"
lose control of one's emotions;
"When she heard that she had not passed the exam, she lost it completely"
"When her baby died, she snapped"
bring the jaws together;
"he snapped indignantly"
record on photographic film;
"I photographed the scene of the accident"
"She snapped a picture of the President"
- Most pine snaps as it burns.
- The violin string snapped because it was fastened too tight.
- This final misfortune caused his mind to snap.
- The shark snapped its jaws shut.
- The fish snapped at the bait.
- She was all the more inclined to snap at Hall.
- Nim controlled an impulse to snap back angrily.
- I'll snap the child when he run to me.
- You have to snap a photo.
- The snap of a twig broke the silence.
- He called the waiter with a snap of his fingers.
- She showed us her holiday snaps.
- They carried out a snap check on the expense account.
- It 's a snap decision .
- Suddenly the oar went snap.
- The branch suddenly snapped.
- He stretched the rubber band till it snapped.
- The lace snapped when I pulled hard at it.
- He snapped down the lid of the box.
- The sergeant snapped out an order.
- He never speaks calmly—just snaps all the time.
- He snapped into action.
- After years of hard work and poverty, he finally snapped.
- The enormous fish snapped the line.
- The great weight snapped the metal bar in two.
- The photographer snapped a nice photograph of him.
- I snapped you sunbathing on the beach.
- He snapped the children playing in the garden.
- The circus manager snapped his whip.
- “Come here at once,” she snapped.
- “Mind your own business,”he snapped.
- The box snapped open.
- She snapped her bag shut.
- The shark snapped its jaws shut.
- snap at (v.+prep.)
急切地接受 be eager to accept or take advantage of sthOf course I snapped at the price, it was so low.当然我立即接受了那价钱,太便宜了。
snap at sb/sth
The dog snapped at his ankles.
As the fish snaps at the fly, he gets caught on the hook.
- snap back (v.+adv.)
猛然恢复到原来的水平 improve or return to a former standard, suddenlyShare prices snapped back when the good news reached possible buyers.想买股票的人获悉那好消息时,股票猛然回升到原来的价格。
- snap off (v.+adv.)
啪地关灯 turn off a light suddenly用于be ～ed结构
The branch snapped off under the weight of the snow.
Suddenly the branch that he was standing on snapped off.
他踩的树枝突然啪的一声折断了。snap sth ⇔ off
Suddenly the light was snapped off and no one could see the murderer escape.
- snap on (v.+adv.)
啪地开灯 put a light on suddenly
These earrings snap on with special fastener.
这付耳环是用特制的按扣扣上去的。snap sth ⇔ on
He snapped the lid on to keep the contents dry.
他把盖子扣紧,以使内物保持干燥。snap sth ⇔ on
The policeman snapped the light on and caught the thief stealing the jewels.
- snap up (v.+adv.)
抢购 buy or obtain sth
snap sth ⇔ up
I snapped up the coat at that cheap price.
The cheapest articles at the sale were quickly snapped up.
- snap the line 咬住线
- snap the metal bar in two 金属杆啪的一声压断
- snap a nice photograph 拍一张挺棒的快照
- snap the rubber band 橡皮筋啪的一声拉断
- snap one's whip 鞭子抽得很响
- snap explosively 轰的一声关上
- snap irritatingly 厉声地说
- snap joyously 拍出笑盈盈的照片
- snap nervously 愤怒地说
- snap back 弹回; 厉声回答; 猛然恢复到原来的水平
- snap off 折断; 啪地关灯
- snap on 扣紧; 啪地开灯
- snap at 咬; 对…厉声说; 急切地接受
Julie heard..the snap of metal as he slipped off the safety-catch.出自： D. Bagley
Maud closed The Great Ventriloquist with a snap.出自： A. S. Byatt
This isn't any snap decision on my part.出自： N. Shute
The Government should hold a snap general election.出自：Times
Dogs..snapping at the heels of the terrified friar.出自： W. Irving
- snap, bite, chew, gnaw, nibble
- 这几个词都有“咬,嚼”的意思。其区别在于:bite 是“咬”,即用牙钳住或切断; chew 是“嚼”,即用牙磨碎; gnaw是“啃”,即不断啮咬,例如:
- The dog was gnawing a bone.狗在啃骨头。
- He was gnawing at his fingernails.他在咬指甲。
- snap 是突然猛咬,例如:
- The dog jumped and snapped at his throat.那条狗跳起来猛咬他的喉咙。
- nibble 是“小口地啮咬”。
- 例如:She nibbled at the biscuit.她一点点地咬饼干。
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自荷兰语的snappen，意为快速地咬。
- crack 破裂
- break 打碎
- bark (狗)吠
- snatch 抢夺
- bite 咬
- shatter 粉碎
- retort 反驳
- shout 呼喊
- nip 夹
- bite at 咬(叫骂)
- burst 爆发
- sudden 突然的
- split 分裂
- spur-of-the-moment 即兴的, 一时兴起的...
- seize 抓住
- impulsive 冲动的
- spontaneous 自发的，自然的，本能的...
- instant 瞬间
- quick 迅速的
- photograph 相片
- flick 快速的轻打
- bounce 弹起
- vim 精力
- effortless 容易的
- hook 钩
- shot 注射
- flip 掷
- grab 抓住
- click 咔嗒声
- bust 半身像
- duck soup 小菜一碟
- cracking 分裂
- lose it 把胃清空
- snarl 吼叫
- press stud 掀钮, 摁扣
- cinch (马的)肚带
- gingersnap 姜饼
- picnic 野餐
- shoot 发射
- ginger snap 姜汁饼干
- elasticity 弹力
- break down 分解；发生故障；失败；毁...
- child's play 容易干的事
- snap fastener 按扣
- tear 撕掉
- ginger nut 姜汁饼干
- snapshot 快照
- pushover (俚)易于征服或控制的人...
- piece of cake 非常容易的事...
- centering 定中心
- snatch up 抓起
- rupture 破裂
- breeze 微风
- walkover 轻易取胜
- snap bean 食荚菜豆
- catch 赶上
- gnaw 咬
- chew 咀嚼