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snap sth up

informal
phrasal verb with snap uk   /snæp/  us   /snæp/ verb (-pp-)
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snap sth up

informal
phrasal verb with snap uk   us   /snæp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to buy or take something quickly or enthusiastically because it is exactly what you want or very cheap: When I was offered the chance to work in Denmark, I snapped it up. If shares go lower, you'll snap them up at cheaper levels and be well placed to profit from any future recovery.
(Definition of snap sth up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “snap sth up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 抢购…
in Turkish havada kapmak, düşünmeden satın almak, sanki bedavaymış gibi saldırmak…
in Russian раскупать, хватать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 搶購…
in Polish rzucić się na coś…
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