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snatch

noun [C]     /snætʃ/
a short part of a conversation, song, etc that you hear: I keep hearing snatches of that song on the radio.Words meaning parts of things
Translations of “snatch”
in Spanish fragmento…
in Vietnamese đoạn trích ngắn…
in Thai ส่วนที่ตัดทอนออกมา…
in Malaysian sedikit sahaja…
in French fragment…
in German die Bruchstücke (pl.)…
in Indonesian cuplikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快速拿, 抢,夺…
in Turkish parça, bölüm…
in Russian обрывок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快速拿, 搶,奪…
in Polish urywek…
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