Synonyms of 'snap'
1 breakDictionary, split, crack
The brake pedal had just snapped.
He fell through the window, breaking the glass.
In a severe gale the ship split in two.
A gas main had cracked under my neighbour's garage.
The nose section separates from the fuselage.
You've fractured a rib.
The whole ceiling gave way and fell in on us.
The whole thing just came apart in my hands.
2 popDictionary, click, crackle
He snapped the cap on his ballpoint.
4 lose your temper, crack, lose it (informal)
He finally snapped when she prevented their children from visiting one weekend.
lose your temper
lose it (informal)
I saw five cop cars pull in and I freaked.
He's going to crack up if he doesn't take a break soon.
freak out (informal)
fly off the handle
He flew off the handle at the slightest thing.
lose your cool
blow your top
I just asked him why he was late and he blew his top.
1 crackDictionary, pop, crash
Every minute or so I could hear a snap, a crack and a crash as another tree went down.
2 popDictionary, crack (informal) , smack
He shut the book with a snap and stood up.
3 photographDictionary, photo, picture
a snap my mother took last year
5 spellDictionary, period, interval
a cold snap in the middle of spring
Some may enjoy the liveliness of such as restaurant.
For an old woman she still has a lot of go in her.
At 65 years old, her energy and looks are wonderful.
They need something to put the pep back in their lives.
He gave the choreography his usual class and zip.
He lacks the vigour of a normal, healthy teenager.
She's got more get-up-and-go than anyone I know.
pizzazz or pizazz (informal)
idioms:snap out of it
phrasal verbsnap something up
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If you bark at someone, you shout at them aggressively in a loud, rough voice.
I didn't mean to bark at you.
If you bite something, you use your teeth to cut into it, for example in order to eat it or break it. If an animal or person bites you, they use their teeth to hurt or injure you.
Llamas won't bite or kick.
Thesaurus for snap from the Collins English Thesaurus
If something snaps or if you snap it, it breaks suddenly, usually with a sharp cracking noise .