Translations into Tagalog:
An attempt to seize, bite, attack, or grab.
(UK) By extension from the card game, "I've got one the same." or similar
(intransitive) To attempt to seize with the teeth or bite.
(transitive) To close something using a snap as a fastener.
(transitive) To cause something to emit a snapping sound, such as a fastener.
To automatically align drawing objects to gridlines, guides, columns, other objects, etc.
(intransitive) To speak abruptly or sharply.
A brief, sudden period of a certain weather; used primarily in the phrase cold snap.
To break apart suddenly or at once
A quick breaking or cracking sound or the action of producing such a sound.
(transitive) To snatch with or as if with the teeth.
To snap one's fingers
A snap bean such as Phaseolus vulgaris.
(somewhat colloquial) A rivet: a scrapbooking embellishment.
(regional) A small meal, a snack.
quick breaking or cracking sound or the action of producing such a sound
To pass the ball from the center to a back, to hike the ball
(UK, Australian) Ritual utterance used after something is said by two people at exactly the same time.
(American football) The passing of a football from the center to a back that begins play, a hike.
(transitive) To cause to move suddenly and smartly.
(UK) Ritual utterance of agreement (after the cry in the card game snap).
A thin circular cookie or similar good:
(transitive) File:Finger snap.ogg A video of a person snapping their fingers.File:Alt Finger Snap.ogv Alternative snapping techniqueTo snap one's fingers: to make a snapping sound often by pressing the thumb and an opposing finger of the same hand together and suddenly releasing the grip so that the finger hits against the palm. Alternatively, by bringing the index finger quickly down onto the middle finger and thumb, thereby creating the same sound.
Used in place of expletive to express surprise, usually in response to a negative statement or news; often used facetiously.
(intransitive) To fit or fasten together with a snapping sound.
The sudden release of something held under pressure or tension.
(intransitive) To suffer a mental breakdown, usually while under tension.
(transitive) To say abruptly or sharply.
(intransitive) To flash or appear to flash as with light.
A photograph (an abbreviation of snapshot)
(transitive) To take a photograph; to release a camera's shutter (which may make a snapping sound).
(uncountable) A card game, primarily for children, in which players cry "snap" to claim pairs of matching cards.
(transitive) (American football) To pass the ball from the center to a back; to hike the ball.
(transitive) To pull apart with a snapping sound; to pop loose.
(intransitive) To attempt to seize with eagerness.
A fastening device that makes a snapping sound when used.
(intransitive) To give way abruptly and loudly.
The act of making a snapping sound by pressing the thumb and a opposing finger of the same hand together and suddenly releasing the grip so that the finger hits against the palm.
(intransitive) To give forth or produce a sharp cracking noise; to crack.
The winning cry at a game of snap.
A very short period of time (figuratively, the time taken to snap one's fingers), or a task that can be accomplished in such a period.
A sudden break.
act of hitting a middle or ring finger against the palm
(intransitive) To fracture or break apart suddenly.
Similar phrases in dictionary English Tagalog. (1)