Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. – Malcolm X

Search Your Word


"Snap Meaning In Bengali"



Previous : snap at

Snap Meaning in Bengali. Snap শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Snap meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Snap".

"Snap Meaning"


Snap বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Snap in English? What does Snap mean? What is another word for Snap? Definition at online dictionary.

See also in:

Google Translator | Wikipedia.com

Similar Words

Similar Words: snap, snap at, snap attention, snap back, snap decision, snap house, snap houses, snap it, snap one out it, snap one out of it,

Snap Example in a sentence

Snap Example in a sentence:

Snap History and Origin

History of: Snap

Snap Synonyms

picnic walkover ease breeze cinch duck soup easy as pie soft touch pie kid stuff no problem smooth sailing child's play

Snap Definition

verb (used without object), snapped, snapping.
1.
to make a sudden, sharp, distinct sound; crack, as a whip; crackle.
2.
to click, as a mechanism or the jaws or teeth coming together.
3.
to move, strike, shut, catch, etc., with a sharp sound, as a door, lid, or lock.
4.
to break suddenly, especially with a sharp, cracking sound, as something slender and brittle:
The branch snapped.
5.
to act or move with quick or abrupt motions of the body:
to snap to attention.
6.
Photography. to take a photograph, especially without formal posing of the subject.
7.
to make a quick or sudden bite or grab (often followed by at).
8.
to utter a quick, sharp sentence or speech, especially a command, reproof, retort, etc. (often followed by at).
9.
to be radiant; sparkle; flash, as the eyes.
verb (used with object), snapped, snapping.
10.
to seize with or take, buy, or obtain as with a quick bite or grab (followed by up or off):
The bargains were snapped up.
11.
to secure, judge, vote, etc., hastily:
They snapped the bill through Congress.
12.
to cause to make a sudden, sharp sound:
to snap one's fingers.
13.
to crack (a whip).
14.
to bring, strike, shut, open, operate, etc., with a sharp sound or movement:
to snap a lid down.
15.
to address or interrupt (a person) quickly and sharply.
16.
to say or utter (words, a command, a retort, etc.) in a quick, sharp manner:
to snap complaints.
17.
to break suddenly, especially with a cracking sound:
to snap a stick in half.
18.
Photography. to take a photograph of, especially quickly.
19.
Digital Technology. to use a smartphone or other digital device to scan (a QR code or other source) in order to read the encoded text or URL and to browse the hyperlinked website or Web page.
20.
Building Trades. to transfer (a line) to a surface by means of a chalk line.
21.
Football. to put (the ball) into play by tossing it back to the quarterback or other member of the offensive backfield, especially from between the legs when bent over double and facing the line of scrimmage; center.
22.
Hunting. to fire (a shot) quickly, especially without raising the gun to aim from the eye.
noun
23.
a quick, sudden action or movement, as the flick of a whip or the breaking of a twig.
24.
a short, sharp sound, as that caused by breaking a twig or closing a latch.
25.
a catch or fastener that closes by pressure and clicks together.
26.
Informal. briskness, vigor, or energy:
That song has a lot of snap.
27.
a quick, sharp speech or manner of speaking:
He uttered his commands with a snap.
28.
a quick or sudden bite or grab, as at something:
The fish ate with little snaps.
29.
something obtained by or as by biting or grabbing:
a snap of food.
30.
a brittle cookie.
31.
a short spell or period, as of cold weather:
an unexpected cold snap.
32.
Photography. a snapshot.
33.
Informal. an easy, profitable, or agreeable position, piece of work, or the like:
This job is a snap.
34.
Football. the act or an instance of snapping the ball.
35.
36.
Informal. a snapdragon.
37.
British. a packed lunch, as that carried by a worker or traveler.
adjective
38.
fastening or closing with a click or snap, as a device fitted with a spring catch:
a snap lock.
39.
made, done, taken, etc., suddenly or offhand:
a snap judgment.
40.
easy or simple.
adverb
41.
in a brisk, sudden manner.
interjection
42.
(an exclamation of surprise, wonder, pleasure, regret, disappointment, etc.):
Oh snap! I forgot we had a test today!
Verb phrases
43.
snap to,
  1. to come to attention:
    The troops snapped to when the colonel walked in.
  2. to shape up:
    If you don't snap to and study, you'll flunk the course.
Idioms
44.
not give / care a snap of one's fingers for, to regard with indifference; treat lightly.
Also, not give/care a snap.
45.
snap one's fingers at. finger (def 23).
46.
snap out of, to free oneself from; recover from:
It took him a long time to snap out of his grief.
47.
snap someone's head off. snap (def 47).

Article Box