snatch

  • 41snatch — n 1a. the vagina 1b. women in general. In the 16th cen tury this word was used to denote an impromptu and/or hasty ( snatched ) sex ual encounter. The meaning was trans ferred to the female pudenda, and in the 20th century extended to refer to… …

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  • 42snatch — 1. verb 1) she snatched the sandwich Syn: grab, seize, take hold of, get one s hands on, take, pluck; grasp at, clutch at 2) informal someone snatched my bag See steal 1. 1) 3) informal …

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  • 43snatch — 1. verb 1) she snatched the microphone Syn: grab, seize, take hold of, take, pluck, grasp at, clutch at 2) informal someone snatched my bag Syn: steal, take, thieve; informal …

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  • 44snatch — [[t]snætʃ[/t]] v. i. 1) to make a sudden effort to seize something, as with the hand; grab (usu. fol. by at) 2) to seize by a sudden or hasty grasp: He snatched the woman s purse and ran[/ex] 3) to take, pull, etc., suddenly or hastily 4) Slang.… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 45snatch — rovimas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Sunkiosios atletikos klasikinis greitumo jėgos veiksmas – štangos iškėlimas virš galvos ant ištiestų rankų vienu nenutrūkstamu judesiu atsitupiant. atitikmenys: angl. snatch vok. Zug, m …

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  • 46snatch — rovimas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Svarsčių kilnojimo veiksmas – svarsčio iškėlimas virš galvos ant ištiestos rankos vienu nenutrūkstamu judesiu. atitikmenys: angl. snatch vok. Zug, m rus. рывок …

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  • 47Snatch — 1. robbery by a quick seizing of goods; 2. (offensive) vagina or vulva; 3. (offensive) woman viewed as a sexual object …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 48snatch — Australian Slang 1. robbery by a quick seizing of goods; 2. (offensive) vagina or vulva; 3. (offensive) woman viewed as a sexual object …

    English dialects glossary

  • 49snatch — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. grab, seize, grasp, clutch, jerk, twitch, pluck, wrench; steal; slang, kidnap. See stealing. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. jerk, grasp, steal; see seize 1 , 2 . See Synonym Study at seize . III (Roget s… …

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  • 50snatch — see SNACK …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 51snatch — snætʃ n. grab, act of suddenly seizing something; bit, scrap, fragment; brief period of time, spell; kidnapping (Slang) v. attempt to seize; take abruptly, grab quickly; kidnap, abduct; seize an opportunity …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 52snatch at — jump on, try to seize …

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  • 53snatch — 1) stanch 2) chants …

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  • 54snatch — verb seize quickly and deftly. ↘informal steal or kidnap by seizing suddenly. ↘quickly secure or obtain. noun 1》 an act of snatching. 2》 a fragment of music or talk. 3》 Weightlifting the rapid raising of a weight from the floor to above the head… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 55snatch — I. v. a. Grasp, clutch, gripe, wring, wrest, twitch, pluck, seize suddenly, pull, catch, snip. II. n. 1. Bit, fragment, portion, small part. 2. Catch, short effort …

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  • 56snatch — Noun. The female genitals …

    English slang and colloquialisms

  • 57snatch —  n. Rapid robbery …

    A concise dictionary of English slang

  • 58snatch — To take up the drive suddenly when the clutch pedal is released …

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  • 59snatch — see SNACK …

    Word origins

  • 60snatch´er — …

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