snatching, present participle; snatched, past tense; snatches, 3rd person singular present; snatched, past participle;
Quickly seize (something) in a rude or eager way
she snatched a cookie from the plate
a victory snatched from the jaws of defeat
Steal (something) or kidnap (someone), typically by seizing or grabbing suddenly
a mission to snatch Winston Churchill
Hastily or ineffectually attempt to seize (something)
she snatched at the handle
Quickly secure or obtain (something) when a chance presents itself
snatching a few hours' sleep
Eagerly take or accept (an offer or opportunity)
I snatched at the chance
An act of snatching or quickly seizing something
a quick snatch of breath
A short spell of doing something
brief snatches of sleep
A fragment of song or talk
picking up snatches of conversation
A kidnapping or theft
The rapid raising of a weight from the floor to above the head in one movement
vulgar. A woman's genitals
a small fragment; "overheard snatches of their conversation"
to grasp hastily or eagerly; "Before I could stop him the dog snatched the ham bone"
cunt: obscene terms for female genitals
to make grasping motions; "the cat snatched at the butterflies"
kidnap: take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom; "The industrialist's son was kidnapped"
kidnapping: (law) the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment
Snatch is a 2000 crime film written and directed by British filmmaker Guy Ritchie, and featuring an ensemble cast. ...
Anagrams, Pirate Scrabble, Anagram, Snatch, or Grabscrab is a board-free word game that involves rearranging letter tiles to form words.
The snatch is one of the two olympic weightlifting events (the other being the clean and jerk).
A quick grab or catch; A competitive weightlifting event in which a barbell is lifted from the platform to locked arms overhead in a smooth continuous movement; A piece of some sound, usually music or conversation; A vagina; To grasp quickly; To grasp and remove quickly; To steal; To take a ...
(snatches) to make a sudden effort to seize something, as with the hand; grab
(Snatching) means taking fish not attracted by bait or artificial lure with hooks, gangs or similar devices whether or not baited. Snagging, lifting, and single hook snagging are types of snatching. Snatching is indicated by repeated or exaggerated jerking motions of the fishing rod.
The snatch is called the King of the Kettlebell lifts because it works every muscle, every ounce of your being! In bringing the kettlebell from ground to overhead in one fluid motion, you train the entire musculo-skeletal and metabolic systems simultaneously. ...
A lift in which the bar is brought from the platform to an overhead position in one continuous motion, while splitting or squatting, and then straightening to an upright position. The lifter must hold the bar overhead, with arms straight, until the referee gives the down signal.
A nickname for a great american college beer: Natural Light
She snatched the letter out of my hand.
to take something quickly; to take by force.
a rapidly planned and executed operation (op) to exploit information that's obtained from enemy
To take up the drive suddenly when the clutch pedal is released
Similar to a traditional snatch, the weight moves from a lower position to over the head with the arm extended.
This is a lift where the competitor brings the bar to their chest in one movement and then by bending at the knees transfers under the bar and then they stand up to bring the bar to their arm's length over their head. ...
Olympic lift where weight is lifted from floor to overhead, (with arms extended) in one continuous movement (see also CLEAN AND JERK).
wood accidentally caught on machine blade and quickly dragged off course
( yeah, that’s right, we said, Snatch). A flair move that uses a mixing tin in a downward motion (with the open mouth facing down) to capture another object (fruit, bottle, another tin, etc.) out of the air and into the tin. View an example of a snatch.