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Spanish translation of “snag”

snag

noun /snӕɡ/
a difficulty or drawback
pega, problema, inconveniente
We did not realize at first how many snags there were in our plan.
a place on a garment where a thread has been torn or pulled out of place.
enganchón, desgarrón
(Definition of snag from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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