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snap

US [snæp]
UK [snæp]
  • adv.突然
  • v.(使咔嚓)断裂;移到某位置;厉声说;怒气冲冲地说
  • n.(尤指关上或断裂的声音)啪嗒声;(尤指抢拍的)照片
  • abbr.(=systems for nuclear auxiliary power)核辅助动力系统
  • adj.匆忙的;仓促的
  • int.(在“对儿”牌游戏中出现同样的牌时喊的)对儿
  • Web捕捉;猛咬;快照
Past Tense:snapped  Present Participle:snapping  Simple Present:snaps  
Snap
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v.
断开break
1.
[t][i]
(使咔嚓)断裂,绷断to break sth suddenly with a sharp noise; to be broken in this way
The wind had snapped the tree in two.
风把树咔嚓一声刮断了。
He snapped a twig off a bush.
他啪地从灌木上折下一小枝。
Suddenly, the rope snapped.
突然,绳子啪地绷断了。
The branch she was standing on must have snapped off.
她当时踩的树枝一定是突然折断了。
打开;关上;进入适当位置open/close/move into position
2.
[i][t]
(使啪地)打开,关上,移到某位置to move, or to move sth, into a particular position quickly, especially with a sudden sharp noise
The lid snapped shut.
盖子啪地合上了。
His eyes snapped open.
他两眼唰地睁开了。
He snapped to attention and saluted.
他啪的一下立正敬礼。
She snapped the bag shut.
她啪的一声把包合上了。
不耐烦地说speak impatiently
3.
[t][i]
厉声说;怒气冲冲地说;不耐烦地说to speak or say sth in an impatient, usually angry, voice
‘Don't just stand there,’ she snapped.
“别光站在那儿。”她生气地说。
I was tempted to snap back angrily at him.
我真想没好气地顶他几句。
He snapped a reply.
他气冲冲地回了一句。
动物of animal
4.
[i]
~ (at sb/sth)
to try to bite sb/sth
The dogs snarled and snapped at our heels.
几条狗边叫边向着我们的脚后跟咬来。
拍照take photograph
5.
[t][i]
(informal)
拍照;摄影to take a photograph
A passing tourist snapped the incident.
一个过路的游客把这件事拍了下来。
She seemed oblivious to the crowds of photographers snapping away.
成群的摄影者不停地拍照,她好像浑然不觉。
失去控制lose control
6.
[i]
突然失去自制力;一下子无法自持to suddenly be unable to control your feelings any longer because the situation has become too difficult
My patience finally snapped.
我终于忍不住了。
When he said that, something snapped inside her.
听他说到这里,她内心的感情一下子翻腾起来。
And that did it. I snapped.
就这一下,我再也承受不住了。
扣衣服fasten clothing
7.
[i][t]
~ (sth)
用子母扣扣,用摁扣扣(衣服)to fasten a piece of clothing with a snap
IDM
snap your fingers
打榧子,弹指头(捻拇指作响)to make a sharp noise by moving your second or third finger quickly against your thumb, to attract sb's attention, or to mark the beat of music, for example
You've been depressed for weeks. It's time you snapped out of it.
你情绪低落好几周了。现在该振作起来了。
snap out of it/sth|snap sb out of it/sth
(informal)
(使)抛掉不愉快情绪,摆脱郁闷心境to make an effort to stop feeling unhappy or depressed; to help sb to stop feeling unhappy
You've been depressed for weeks. It's time you snapped out of it.
你情绪低落好几周了。现在该振作起来了。
snap to it
(informal)
(尤用于催促)加把劲,赶快used, especially in orders, to tell sb to start working harder or more quickly
n.
— see also
brandy snap
,
cold snap
尖厉的声音sharp noise
1.
[c]
(尤指关上或断裂的声音)啪嗒声,咔嚓声a sudden sharp noise, especially one made by sth closing or breaking
She closed her purse with a snap.
她啪嗒一声合上了钱包。
the snap of a twig
小树枝折断的咔嚓声
照片photograph
2.
[c]
(尤指抢拍的)照片a photograph, especially one taken quickly
holiday snaps
假日拍的照片
扑克牌游戏card game
3.
[u]
“对儿”牌游戏(游戏者轮流下牌,出现相同的牌时要抢先喊“对儿”)a card game in which players take turns to put cards down and try to be the first to call out ‘snap’ when two similar cards are put down together
扣子fastener
4.
摁扣;子母扣a type of button used for fastening clothes, consisting of two metal or plastic sections that can be pressed together
IDM
This job's a snap.
这活儿不过是小菜一碟。
be a snap
(informal)
十分容易(做)to be very easy to do
This job's a snap.
这活儿不过是小菜一碟。
adj.
1.
[obn]
匆忙的;仓促的made or done quickly and without careful thought or preparation
It was a snap decision .
那是个仓促的决定。
They held a snap election .
他们临时举行了选举。
int.
1.
(在“对儿”牌游戏中出现同样的牌时喊的)对儿you saysnap! in the card game calledSnap when two cards that are the same are put down
2.
(informal)
(对于两件相同事物表示惊讶)真巧people saysnap! to show that they are surprised when two things are the same
Snap! I've just bought that CD too!
真是巧了!我也刚买了那张光盘!

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