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snip

noun [S]
 
 
/snɪp/ UK informal
something that is being sold for less than you expect: At a fiver it's a snip.for a snip The magazine's got a really healthy circulation and I reckon I got it for a snip. This gorgeous bookcase is a snip at £799.
Translations of “snip”
in Korean 싹둑 자르기…
in Arabic قَصّة…
in French petit bout, bonne affaire…
in Turkish makasla kesilmiş parça, kırpıntı…
in Italian forbiciata, taglio netto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 剪切, 剪,剪斷…
in Russian разрез…
in Polish cięcie…
in Spanish recorte, ganga…
in Portuguese recorte, aparada…
in German der Schnipsel, der Gelegenheitskauf…
in Catalan tisorada…
in Japanese (はさみで)ちょきんと切ること…
in Chinese (Simplified) 剪切, 剪,剪断…
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