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snap sb up

phrasal verb with snap uk   us   /snæp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to immediately offer someone a job, contract, etc. because they are exactly what you want or need: The company snapped him up and he became a project manager. In Louisiana, sugar farms are having trouble finding workers because oil companies are snapping them up.
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