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snatch

verb /snӕtʃ/
to (try to) seize or grab suddenly
arrebatar, arrancar, coger
The monkey snatched the biscuit out of my hand.
to take quickly, when one has time or the opportunity
aprovechar
She managed to snatch an hour’s sleep.
(Definition of snatch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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