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Meaning of “snap” - Learner’s Dictionary

snap

noun     /snæp/
SOUND [no plural]
a sudden, short, loud sound like something breaking or closing: I heard a snap as I sat on the pencil.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
PHOTOGRAPH [C] UK informal ( also UK/US snapshot)
a photograph: holiday snaps Photography
FASTENING [C] US ( UK popper)
a metal or plastic object made of two parts which fit together with a short, loud sound, used to fasten clothingFastening clothing and textiles
GAME [U]
a card game in which you say "snap" when you see two cards that are the sameCard games
be a snap US informal
to be very easy: The French test was a snap.Easiness and simplicity
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