snap out of something

snap out of (something)

To suddenly recover or be freed from some negative or undesirable condition, emotion, or situation. Alex has been really gloomy lately. I hope he snaps out of it soon, because we'll need him to present our project to the supervisor next week. The company is hoping to snap out of their recent sales slump with the launch of their latest smartphone.
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snap out of something

in. to recover from something. It was an emotional blow, but he’ll snap out of it in a while.
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