- n. 抢夺；抓举；小量
- vt. 夺得；抽空做；及时救助
- vi. 抢走；很快接受
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可能来自中古荷兰语 snacken,抓，抢，咬，词源同 snack,snap.插入字母 t,比较 bake,batch.
- snatch: see snack
- snatch (n.)
- c. 1300, "a trap, snare," from snatch (v.). Meaning "a sudden grab" is from 1570s; that of "a small amount" is from 1590s. Sense in weight-lifting is from 1928. Vulgar slang sense of "vulva" is recorded by 1903, perhaps 1864; a much older venereal sense was "sexual intercourse quickly performed" (1580s).
- snatch (v.)
- early 13c., "make a sudden snap or bite" (at something), of uncertain origin; perhaps from an unrecorded Old English *snæccan or Middle Dutch snacken "to snatch, chatter." Compare snack (n.). Meaning "lay hold of suddenly" is from early 14c.; especially "take from someone's hands" (1580s). Weight-lifting sense is attested from 1928. Related: Snatched; snatching.
- 1. You can even snatch a few hours off.
- 2. She managed to snatch the gun from his hand.
- 3. The magazine was snatch from my hand before I could read it.
- 4. It is rude to snatch.
- 5. Frost holed a bunker shot from 50 feet to snatch the title by one stroke.
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