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snap

1. verb To go crazy. One day, she just snapped and started threatening people in the office.
2. noun Something that is very easy or effortless to do. A song like this will be a snap once you get more comfortable with playing the guitar.
3. A snapshot photograph. Oh, those snaps won't work—they're too dark.

snapped

verb
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References in classic literature ?
The person referred to snapped his finger and thumb again.
Suddenly the long tail snapped stiffly erect, and as though it had been attached to two trigger fingers the two rifles spoke in unison, for both men knew this signal only too well--the immediate forerunner of a deadly charge.
They viciously snapped, not only at each other's disembowelments, but like flexible bows, bent round, and bit their own; till those entrails seemed swallowed over and over again by the same mouth, to be oppositely voided by the gaping wound.
Faintly now, And fainter beats the drum; for strength is shorn, And arrows spent, and bow-strings snapped, and swords Shattered.
Jennifer also snapped some pictures of new dorms being built on her campus and added text about how the decision to build the dorms was an example of a capital budgeting decision for the university.
The fire emoji is displayed next to a friend's name when the user and friend have snapped each other within 24 hours for three consecutive days.
He said: "We call on them to recognise lock-snapping as a means of forced entry, pass on premium savings to customers whose homes are secured with snap proof locks and ensure that any claimants have snapped locked replaced with snap proof models." Organisations taking action to tackle lock-snapping include the Glass & Glazing Federation, the Master Locksmiths Association, the UK Police's Secured by Design initiative and the British Standards Institute, which has developed new standard BS TS007.
Snap-Tite's patented male/female machining at each end of the HDPE al-lows the pipe ends to be 'snapped' together, piece-by-piece, and slipped into the full length of an existing pipe.