snip / snɪp /


snip3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

snipped, snip·ping.

  1. to cut with a small, quick stroke, or a succession of such strokes, with scissors or the like.
  2. to remove or cut off by or as by cutting in this manner: to snip a rose.
v. 无主动词 verb

snipped, snip·ping.

  1. to cut with small, quick strokes.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of snipping, as with scissors.
  2. a small cut made by snipping.
  3. a small piece snipped off.

snip 近义词

v. 动词 verb


snip 的近义词 3
v. 动词 verb


snip 的近义词 5
snip 的反义词 1


  1. We had a little goose that was laying golden eggs, and they told us to snip its head off.
  2. If you ever put your hands on me again, I'm gonna snip your little nuts off with my toenail clippers!
  3. This is a debate over how much personal autonomy we give to children—and the implications go beyond a single snip.
  4. A disgusting snip of a person had moved between him and those bitter but glamorous memories of Maria Algarez.
  5. Accustomed to bite and eat its way through hard leaves, why did not the insect snip off and destroy its rope?
  6. As it is, though, I believe I could snip a curl off the baby's head an' hardly scare the darlin'.
  7. But the naughty baby only laughed quite merrily over the howl, and the two children begged of Snip-snap to do it again.
  8. Still, if you promise to breathe not a word of this to any woman I may marry hereafter, here's a dead snip for you.