Definition of 'snapshot'
Example sentences containing 'snapshot'
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The report offered snapshots of life as a female spy from women at all three agencies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The past few weeks have offered a snapshot of the dilemma. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some snapshots of ministry life at the motel. Christianity Today (2000)The hooked volley for his first goal offered a snapshot of his brilliance. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This year alone provides a typical snapshot. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Journalism offers only a snapshot of a life. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They arrive jumbled and juxtaposed to provide a snapshot of what it was like. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The past few days provide a telling snapshot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Make another three or four pictures which are snapshots of your life on the road to your goal. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Take a snapshot of the game in England alone. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The results offer a unique snapshot of life in Britain today. The Sun (2011)In the absence of actual selfie evidence, let me provide a few snapshots. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's a snapshot of a life lived at full speed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Considering what it means to him personally, he offers a snapshot of the only life he has known. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It provides a snapshot of its time, as well as a sense of how language morphs under pressure. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)He had left his camera at home and was using his mobile telephone to take family snapshots, the writ says. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Set against this momentous backdrop, the book offers intriguing snapshots of where numerous significant people were and what they were doing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She denied being present, but snapshots taken by a German soldier show that she was there. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But this annual collection offers a useful snapshot of current trends and displays the Sinfonietta's virtuosity too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This exhibition presents a quick snapshot of contemporary art from India, and how could that not be fun? Times, Sunday Times (2008)I understand that Sats need to exist: they take a useful snapshot of a school. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'snapshot'
British English: snapshot /ˈsnæpˌʃɒt/ NOUN
A snapshot is a photograph that is taken quickly and casually.
Let me take a snapshot of you guys.
- American English: snapshot
- Arabic: لَقْطَةٌ فُوتُوغَرَافِيَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: instantâneo
- Chinese: 快照
- Croatian: snimak
- Czech: momentka fotka
- Danish: foto
- Dutch: snapshot
- European Spanish: foto instantánea
- Finnish: tilannekuva
- French: photo
- German: Schnappschuss
- Greek: φωτογραφικό στιγμιότυπο
- Italian: istantanea
- Japanese: スナップ写真
- Korean: 스냅 사진
- Norwegian: øyeblikksbilde
- Polish: zdjęcie migawkowe
- European Portuguese: instantâneo
- Romanian: instantaneu
- Russian: снимок
- Spanish: foto instantánea
- Swedish: fotografi
- Thai: การถ่ายภาพอย่างรวดเร็ว
- Turkish: enstantane
- Ukrainian: миттєвий знімок
- Vietnamese: ảnh chụp nhanh
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