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snort

verb [I/T]  /snɔrt/ us  
to make an explosive sound by forcing air quickly through the nose To snort is also to express strong negative feelings, esp. by making a sound: [T] She snorted her disapproval and walked away.
snort
noun [C]  /snɔrt/ us  
The teacher’s explanation drew snorts of laughter from the students.
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