Sinónimos de inglés
(verbo) 
Definition
to break suddenly, esp. with a sharp sound
The brake pedal had just snapped.
Sinónimos
break
He fell through the window, breaking the glass.
,
split
In a severe gale the ship split in two.
,
crack
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.
,
separate
The nose section separates from the fuselage.
,
fracture
You've fractured a rib.
,
give way
The whole ceiling gave way and fell in on us.
,
come apart
The whole thing just came apart in my hands.
(verbo) 
Definition
to move or close with a sudden sharp sound
He snapped the cap on his ballpoint.
Sinónimos
pop
I gave a start when the balloon popped.
,
click
Camera shutters clicked all around me.
,
crackle
(verbo) 
Definition
to speak (words) sharply and angrily
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to snap at you.
Sinónimos
speak sharply
,
bark
I didn't mean to bark at you.
,
lash out at
, , ,
snarl
‘Call that a good performance?’ he snarled.
,
growl
The dog was growling and thrashing its tail.
,
fly off the handle at (informal)
,
jump down (someone's) throat (informal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to panic when a situation becomes too difficult to cope with
The stress was too much, and he finally snapped.
Sinónimos
lose your temper
, ,
lose it (informal)
,
freak (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.
,
freak out (informal)
,
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.
(verbo) 
Definition
(of animals) to bite at suddenly
The poodle yapped and snapped at our legs.
Sinónimos
bite at
,
bite
Llamas won't bite or kick.
,
nip
She was patting the dog when it nipped her finger.
(verbo) 
Definition
to take a photograph of
the paparazzi's repeated attempts to snap a royal
Sinónimos
photograph
I hate being photographed.
,
capture on film
,
take a photograph of
,
get a photograph of
(sustantivo) 
Definition
the act of breaking suddenly or the sound of a sudden breakage
Every minute or so I could hear a snap, a crack and a crash as another tree went down.
Sinónimos
crack
Suddenly there was a loud crack and glass flew into the air.
,
pop
Each corn kernel will make a loud pop when cooked.
, ,
report
There was a loud report as the fuel tanks exploded.
,
burst
a burst of fireworks
,
explosion
Three people were badly injured in a bomb explosion.
,
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a sudden sharp sound
He shut the book with a snap and stood up.
Sinónimos
,
crack (informal)
He took a crack on the head during the game.
,
smack
I end up shouting at him or giving him a smack.
,
whack
He gave the tree trunk a whack with the axe.
(sustantivo) 
Definition
an informal photograph taken with a simple camera
a snap my mother took last year
Sinónimos
photograph
He wants to take some photographs of the house.
,
photo
,
picture
I saw his picture in the paper.
,
shot
She received praise for the monochrome shots in the film.
,
print
a black and white print of the children
, ,
snapshot
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a sudden grab or bite
Sinónimos
bite
There was a bite in the air, a smell perhaps of snow.
, ,
(sustantivo) 
a cold snap in the middle of spring
Sinónimos
spell
There has been a spell of dry weather.
,
period
a period of a few months
,
interval
There was a long interval of silence.
,
run
Their run of luck is holding.
,
stretch
He would study for eight- to ten-hour stretches.
,
patch
His marriage is going through a rough patch.
(sustantivo) 
(informal) 
Sinónimos
liveliness
Some may enjoy the liveliness of such a restaurant.
,
go (informal)
Considering her age, she still has a lot of go in her.
,
energy
At 65 years old, her energy is wonderful.
,
pep
They need something to put the pep back in their lives.
,
zip (informal)
He gave the choreography his usual class and zip.
,
vigour
He lacks the vigour of a normal, healthy teenager.
He played with great vigour.
,
welly (slang)
,
get-up-and-go (informal)
She's got more get-up-and-go than anyone I know.
,
pizzazz or pizazz (informal)
(modificante) 
Definition
done on the spur of the moment
I think this is too important for a snap decision.
Sinónimos
, , , , , ,
spur-of-the-moment
,

idioms

See snap out of it

verbo frasal

See snap something up

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of bark
Definition
to shout in an angry tone
I didn't mean to bark at you.
Sinónimos
raise your voice
in the sense of blow your top
Definition
to lose one's temper
I just asked him why he was late and he blew his top.
Sinónimos
lose your temper,
blow up (informal),
lose it (informal),
see red (informal),
lose the plot (informal),
have a fit (informal),
throw a tantrum,
fly off the handle (informal),
go spare (British, slang),
fly into a temper,
flip your lid (slang),
do your nut (British, slang)
in the sense of burst
Definition
an instance of breaking open suddenly
a burst of fireworks
Sinónimos

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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