猛地咬住( snap的现在分词 ); （使某物）发出尖厉声音地突然断裂[打开，关闭]; 厉声地说; 拍照
She had millions of listeners snapping their fingers to her first single.
He was bopping around, snapping his fingers.
The sharp sound of a twig snapping scared the badger away.
Since then Varde has been snapping up its loans.
The leg broke itself, snapping like a twig.
Publishers in other countries began snapping up translation rights.
If something snaps or if you snap it, it breaks suddenly, usually with a sharp cracking noise.
V n adv/prep
Also V n
He shifted his weight and a twig snapped...
The brake pedal had just snapped off...
She gripped the pipe with both hands, trying to snap it in half.
If you snap something into a particular position, or if it snaps into that position, it moves quickly into that position, with a sharp sound.
V n adv/prep V adv
He snapped the notebook shut...
He snapped the cap on his ballpoint...
The bag snapped open.
If you snap your fingers, you make a sharp sound by moving your middle finger quickly across your thumb, for example in order to accompany music or to order someone to do something.
She had millions of listeners snapping their fingers to her first single...
He snapped his fingers, and Wilson produced a sheet of paper...
She snapped her fingers at a passing waiter.
If someone snaps at you, they speak to you in a sharp, unfriendly way.
V with quote
'Of course I don't know her,' Roger snapped...
I'm sorry, Casey, I didn't mean to snap at you like that.
If someone snaps, or if something snaps inside them, they suddenly stop being calm and become very angry because the situation has become too tense or too difficult for them.
He finally snapped when she prevented their children from visiting him one weekend...
For the first and only time Grant's self-control snapped...
Then something seemed to snap in me. I couldn't endure any more.
If an animal such as a dog snaps at you, it opens and shuts its jaws quickly near you, as if it were going to bite you.
His teeth clicked as he snapped at my ankle...
The poodle yapped and snapped.
A snap decision or action is one that is taken suddenly, often without careful thought.
I think this is too important for a snap decision...
It's important not to make snap judgments...
The opposition is worried that a snap election will be held before they can get organised.
A snap is a photograph.
...a snap my mother took last year.
If you snap someone or something, you take a photograph of them.
V n INFORMAL 非正式
He was the first ever non-British photographer to be invited to snap a royal.
Snap is a simple British card game in which the players take turns to put cards down on a pile, and try to be the first to shout 'snap' when two cards with the same number or picture are put down.
You can say 'Snap!' as an expression of surprise when you realize that two things are the same or very similar, for example if you meet a friend wearing the same shirt as you.
BRIT 英 SPOKEN 口语
N-COUNT 同 snap fastener
A snap is the same as a snap fastener .