Sinónimos de snap
to break suddenly, esp. with a sharp soundThe 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.
Crack the salt crust and you will find the skin just peels off the fish.
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.
to move or close with a sudden sharp soundHe snapped the cap on his ballpoint.
to speak (words) sharply and angrilyI'm sorry, I didn't mean to snap at you.
to panic when a situation becomes too difficult to cope withThe stress was too much, and he finally snapped.
lose your temper, ,
lose it (informal),
I saw five cop cars pull in and I freaked.
crack up, ,
He's going to crack up if he doesn't take a break soon.
fly off the handle,
My old manager 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.
(of animals) to bite at suddenlyThe poodle yapped and snapped at our legs.
to take a photograph ofthe paparazzi's repeated attempts to snap a royal
I hate being photographed.
capture on film,
take a photograph of,
get a photograph of
the act of breaking suddenly or the sound of a sudden breakageEvery minute or so I could hear a snap, a crack and a crash as another tree went down.
a sudden sharp soundHe shut the book with a snap and stood up.
an informal photograph taken with a simple cameraa snap my mother took last year
a sudden grab or bite
a cold snap in the middle of spring
Some may enjoy the liveliness of such a restaurant.
Considering her age, she still has a lot of go in her.
At 65 years old, her energy is 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.
He played with great vigour.
She's got more get-up-and-go than anyone I know.
pizzazz or pizazz (informal)
See snap out of it
See snap something up
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in the sense of bark
to shout in an angry toneI didn't mean to bark at you.
in the sense of blow your top
to lose one's temperI just asked him why he was late and he blew his top.
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