snip 的 3 个定义
- to cut with a small, quick stroke, or a succession of such strokes, with scissors or the like.
- to remove or cut off by or as by cutting in this manner: to snip a rose.
- to cut with small, quick strokes.
- the act of snipping, as with scissors.
- a small cut made by snipping.
- a small piece snipped off.
- We had a little goose that was laying golden eggs, and they told us to snip its head off.
- If you ever put your hands on me again, I'm gonna snip your little nuts off with my toenail clippers!
- This is a debate over how much personal autonomy we give to children—and the implications go beyond a single snip.
- A disgusting snip of a person had moved between him and those bitter but glamorous memories of Maria Algarez.
- Accustomed to bite and eat its way through hard leaves, why did not the insect snip off and destroy its rope?
- As it is, though, I believe I could snip a curl off the baby's head an' hardly scare the darlin'.
- But the naughty baby only laughed quite merrily over the howl, and the two children begged of Snip-snap to do it again.
- 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.