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snatch

US [snætʃ]
UK [snætʃ]
  • n.音乐片段;抓;夺;抢夺
  • v.一把抓起;一下夺过;夺去;抢走
  • Web偷拐抢骗;攫取;抓举
Simple Present:snatches  Present Participle:snatching  Past Tense:snatched  
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v.
1.
[t][i]
一把抓起;一下夺过to take sth quickly and often rudely or roughly
She managed to snatch the gun from his hand.
她设法从他手里夺过了枪。
Gordon snatched up his jacket and left the room.
戈登一把抓起上衣,出了房间。
Hey, you kids! Don't all snatch!
嗨,孩子们!别抢啊!
2.
[t]
~ sb/sth (from sb/sth)
夺去;抢走;偷窃to take sb/sth away from a person or place, especially by force; to steal sth
The raiders snatched $100 from the cash register.
劫匪从现金出纳机里抢走了 100 元。
The baby was snatched from its parents' car.
婴儿是从父母的车上被抢走的。
3.
[t]
~ sth
抓紧时间做;乘机获得to take or get sth quickly, especially because you do not have much time
I managed to snatch an hour's sleep.
我偷空儿睡了一小时的觉。
The team snatched a dramatic victory in the last minute of the game.
该队在比赛的最后一分钟戏剧性地获胜。
n.
1.
(听到的)只言片语,音乐片段a very small part of a conversation or some music that you hear
a snatch of music
音乐片段
I only caught snatches of the conversation.
我只听到谈话的只言片语。
2.
抓;夺;抢夺;偷窃an act of moving your hand very quickly to take or steal sth
a bag snatch
手提包抢夺
to make a snatch at sth
抢夺某物
3.
(女性的)阴部an offensive word for a woman's outer sex organs
IDM
Sleep came to him in brief snatches.
他时睡时醒。
in snatches
断断续续地for short periods rather than continuously
Sleep came to him in brief snatches.
他时睡时醒。

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