suomi-englanti sanakirja

snatch englannista suomeksi

  1. nappaus, sieppaus

  2. siepata

  3. kopata

  4. katkelma, pala

  5. römpsä, vittu

  6. ryöstö

  7. ryöstää, viedä, kaapata

  8. tempaus

  1. Verbi

  2. napata, siepata

  3. näpistää, napata, siepata

  4. napata

  5. vilkaista look, view; haukata bite to eat; siemaista, kulauttaa sthg to drink; kopata, napata an object

  6. Substantiivi

  7. tempaus

  8. katkelma

snatch englanniksi

  1. To grasp and remove quickly.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Thomson Autumn)

  4. (RQ:Woolf Jacob's Room)

  5. To attempt to seize something suddenly.

  6. (syn)

  7. To take or seize hastily, abruptly, or without permission or ceremony.

  8. 1731-1735, (w), ''Moral Essays''

  9. when half our knowledge we must snatch, not take
  10. To steal.

  11. To take (a victory) at the last moment.

  12. (quote-journal)

  13. To do something quickly in the limited time available.

  14. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  15. A quick grab or catch.

  16. (quote-book)|passage=And he (..) glared on the cold pistols that hung before him—ready for anything. And he took down one with a snatch and weighed it in his hand, and fell to thinking again; (..)

  17. A short period.

  18. (quote-book)|year=2020|chapter=1|publisher=Little, Brown Book Group|url=|isbn=978-0-356-50885-6|passage=Frank looked at the screens dully. He had slept about three hours, in snatches.

  19. A competitive weightlifting event in which a barbell is lifted from the platform to locked arms overhead in a smooth continuous movement.

  20. A piece of some sound, usually music or conversation.

  21. The vulva. (defdate)Lambert, James. (2007). ‘Some Early Evidence for the Sexual Meaning of ''snatch''.’ ''Comments on Etymology'', Oct/Nov: 38–40.

  22. 1962, Douglas Woolf, ''Wall to Wall'', Grove Press, page 83,

  23. Claude, is it true what they say about Olovia? Of course she’s getting a little old for us—what about Marilyum, did you try her snatch?
  24. 1985, Jackie Collins, ''Lucky'', Simon and Schuster, (ISBN), page 150,

  25. Roughly Santino ripped the sheet from the bed, exposing all of her. She had blond hair on her snatch, which drove him crazy. He was partial to blondes.
  26. 2008, Jim Craig, ''North to Disaster'', Bushak Press, (ISBN), page 178,

  27. (..)You want me to ask Brandy to let you paint her naked body with all this gooey stuff to make a mold of her snatch?”
  28. Rapid, uncommanded jerking or oscillation of the ailerons of some aircraft at high numbers, resulting from wave formation at transonic speeds.

  29. (quote-book)|quotee=(w)|quoted_in=Aircraft Accident Report: Sky Train Air, Inc., Gates Learjet 24, N44CJ, Felt, Oklahoma, October 1, 1981, archived from the original 21 February 2021|title=Learjet Special Certification Review interim report|others=1981|accessdate=20 February 2021|page=17|text=If, after the pilot notices the overspeed, he deploys the spoilers, or if aileron "snatch" rolls the airplane to an excessive bank angle, it may become impossible to recover.

  30. A brief period of exertion.

  31. A catching of the voice.

  32. A hasty snack; a bite to eat.

  33. A quibble.