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snag

US [snæɡ]
UK [snæɡ]
  • n.障碍;突出物;尖齿;尖角
  • v.抓住;被钩住;抢先获得
  • Web意外的障碍;阻碍;粗磨
Plural Form:snags  Past Tense:snagged  Present Participle:snagging  
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n.
1.
(informal)
(尤指潜在的、意外的、不严重的)问题,困难,障碍,麻烦a problem or difficulty, especially one that is small, hidden or unexpected
There is just one small snag─where is the money coming from?
只有一个小问题:钱从哪儿来?
Let me know if you run into any snags.
要是遇到什么麻烦就告诉我。
2.
突出物;尖齿;尖角;尖刺an object or a part of an object that is rough or sharp and may cut sth
3.
(informal)
香肠a sausage
v.
1.
[t][i]
(在带尖的东西上)钩住,挂破,被钩住,被挂破to catch or tear sth on sth rough or sharp; to become caught or torn in this way
I snagged my sweater on the wire fence.
我的毛衣被铁丝网钩住了。
The fence snagged my sweater.
栅栏把我的毛衣挂住了。
The nets snagged on some rocks.
渔网缠在礁石上了。
2.
[t]
(informal)
~ sth (from sb)
抓住;抢先获得to succeed in getting sth quickly, often before other people
I snagged a ride from Joe.
我截住乔的车搭了一段路。

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