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When the rope snapped, Davis fell into the water.
The storm snapped young trees like matchsticks.
Ken snapped off the smaller branches.
Snap the biscuit in two and share it.
She quickly snapped her handbag shut.
It's really simple to build – the bits just snap together.
She was bound to snap under all that pressure.
This is the British English definition of snap. View American English definition of snap.
old and no longer in good condition