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to snap one's fingers schnelzen [regional, z. B. fränkisch] [mit den Fingern schnippen]
to snap open [door, lock]aufschnappen [Tür, Schloss]
to snap out sich barsch äußern
to snap out of sth. [coll.] [out of sadness, a dark mood]mit etw. [Dat.] Schluss machen [einer Stimmung, einem Verhaltensmuster]
to snap sb. [seize]jdn. erwischen [ugs.]
to snap sb./sth. jdn./etw. knipsen [ugs.]
to snap sb.'s hand jds. Hand ergreifen
to snap sb.'s neck [also fig.] jdm. das Genick brechen [auch fig.]
to snap shut [door] ins Schloss fallen
to snap shut [door] zufallen [Tür]
to snap shut [spring, bolt, etc.] einschnappen [z. B. Mäusefalle]
to snap (shut) zuschnappen [schnappend zufallen, sich schließen]
to snap sth. etw. zerknicken [zerbrechen]
to snap sth. home etw. einschnappen lassen [z. B. Schloss]
to snap sth. on / ontoetw. aufrasten
to snap the suspenders [Am.] die Hosenträger schnalzen lassen
to snap to [door, window]zuschnappen
to snap to attentionHaltung annehmen
to snap up aufkaufen
to snap up a bargain ein Geschäft abschließen
to snap up an offer sich [Dat.] ein Angebot schnappen [ugs.]
to snap up sth. [coll.]etw. wegschnappen
to snap-fit sth. with sth. etw. mit etw. verklipsen / verschnappen
to snapshoot sb./sth. [dated]von jdm./etw. einen Schnappschuss machen
to snare in einer Falle fangen
to snare mit der Schlinge fangen
to snare sth. [get sth. in a clever way or by deceiving people]sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] unter den Nagel reißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to snarf stehlen
to snarf [Am.]mausen [ugs.] [stehlen]
to snarf [esp. Am.] [coll.] verschlingen [Essen]
to snarf [sl.] [to steal] klauen [ugs.]
to snarf down [esp. Am.] [coll.] hinunterschlingen [Essen]
to snarf sth. [Am.] [coll.]etw. stibitzen [ugs.]
to snark [Am.] [coll.] abfällige Bemerkungen machen
to snarl anschnauzen [ugs.]
to snarl Zähne fletschen
to snarlfauchen [wütend herausstoßen] [ugs.]
to snarl [of a dog]knurren
to snarl [of a person] wütend knurren
to snarl at sb. jdn. anfauchen
to snarl at sb. jdn. anknurren
to snarl at sb. jdn. anfahren [barsch anreden]
to snarl defianceaufmurren
to snarl sth. etw. verknurren [salopp]
to snarl sth. [make excessively complicated] etw. verkomplizieren [ugs.]
to snarl sth. [wool etc.]etw. durcheinanderbringen [Fäden]
to snarl up durcheinanderbringen
to snarl up [hair, yarn](sich) verheddern [Haar, Garn]
to snatchgreifen
to snatch haschen
to snatch zusammenraffen
to snatch erschnappen
to snatch erhaschen
to snatchschnappen
to snatchreißen [Gewichtheben]
to snatch zupacken
to snatch grabschen
to snatchergreifen
to snatch [steal]grapsen [österr.] [ugs.] [stehlen]
to snatch a bag from sb.jdm. eine Tasche entreißen
to snatch a kiss einen Kuss rauben
to snatch a kisseinen Kuss erhaschen
to snatch a purse from sb. jdm. die Geldbörse entreißen
to snatch an offer ein Angebot erhaschen
to snatch at a bonenach einem Knochen schnappen
to snatch at an offerschnell von Angebot Gebrauch machen
to snatch at an offer ein Schnäppchen machen
to snatch at an opportunityeine Gelegenheit ergreifen
to snatch at sth. nach etw. [Dat.] greifen [schnell]
to snatch at sth.nach etw. schnappen
to snatch away wegfangen
to snatch away wegreißen
to snatch awaywegschnappen
to snatch away abjagen
to snatch off wegreißen
to snatch off a capeine Mütze herunterreißen
to snatch sb. away [disease, death]jdn. hinraffen [geh.] [entreißen] [durch Tod]
to snatch sb. from certain death jdn. dem sicheren Tod entreißen
to snatch sb./sth. out of sth. jdn./etw. (aus) etw. [Dat.] entreißen
to snatch sth. etw. [Akk.] ergattern [ugs.]
to snatch sth. etw. an sich reißen
to snatch sth. from under sb.'s nosejdm. etw. vor der Nase wegschnappen
to snatch the purse die Börse wegschnappen
to snatch upzusammenraffen
to snatch up aufraffen
to snavel sth. [Aus.] [coll.]etw. [Akk.] klauen [ugs.]
to snavel sth. [Aus.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] mitgehen lassen [ugs.]
to sneak heranschleichen
to sneak schleichen
to sneakheimlich weitergeben
to sneak [Br.] [coll.] [tell tales] petzen [ugs.]
to sneak a glance at sth.heimlich einen Blick auf etw. [Akk.] werfen
to sneak a peekeinen Blick erhaschen [ugs.]
to sneak a peek at sth. [fig.] einen Blick auf etw. [Akk.] riskieren [ugs.]
to sneak aboutherumschleichen
to sneak aroundherumschleichen
to sneak away davonschleichen
to sneak away sich fortschleichen
to sneak awaysich fortstehlen
to sneak away sich verzupfen [österr.] [bayer.] [schweiz.] [ugs.] [wegschleichen]
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