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snip

verb [I or T] uk   /snɪp/ (-pp-) us  
to cut something with scissors, usually with small, quick cuts: Have you seen the scissors? I want to snip off this loose thread. I snipped out the article and gave it to her.

snip

noun uk   /snɪp/ us  

snip noun (CUT)

[C] a quick, short cut with scissors: Give it a snip with the scissors.the snip UK informal humorous a vasectomy

snip noun (CHEAP PRODUCT)

[S] UK informal a product that is being sold cheaply, for less than you would expect: The sunglasses are now available in major stores, a snip at £12 a pair.
Traducciones de “snip”
en coreano 싹둑 자르기…
en árabe قَصّة…
en francés couper (à coups de ciseaux)…
en turco makasla kesmek, kırpmak…
en italiano forbiciata, taglio netto…
en chino (tradicionál) 剪,剪斷…
en ruso отрезать, вырезать ножницами…
en polaco przecinać, wycinać…
en español tijeretear…
en portugués recorte, aparada…
en alemán schnipseln…
en catalán tisorada…
en japonés (はさみで)ちょきんと切ること…
en chino (simplificado) 剪,剪断…
(Definition of snip from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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