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snarfverb [T]

uk   /snɑːf/  us   /snɑːrf/ informal
(also snarf down/up) to ​eat something very ​quickly in a way that ​peoplethink is greedy: He snarfed down the ​wholecake.
UK to take something without ​permission: I snarfed the ​book off the ​table when he wasn't ​looking.
UK to use a ​computerdocument or ​file without getting the writer's ​permission: He ​hacked into the ​computersystem and snarfed some ​images.
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