|snap a picture
||(See take a picture)
||speak in a harsh tone, answer sharply
||If I talk to you while you're watching TV, you snap at me.
||drunk, loaded, looped
||Whenever he gets snapped, he wants to fight.
|snatch victory from the jaws of defeat
||win when it appears that you will lose, mount a comeback
||The opinion polls showed we were losing, but we snatched victory from the jaws of defeat.
||stylish, neat, way cool
||That's a snazzy suit, George. It looks great on you.
||tattle, squeal, tell on
||That little devil! He snitched! He told Dad!
||(See a snootful)
||a child, a boy with a dirty face
||I was just a snotty-nosed kid when I got my first job.
||(See a snow job)
||fool them, tell them a false story
||You can't snow them. They know if you're telling a lie.