snatch lietuviškai

snatch vertimas 1. v pagauti, pagriebti, išplėšti; to snatch off nutraukti (kepurę); to snatch outišgriebti, ištraukti (iš rankų); 2. n 1) pagavimas, griebimas; to make a snatchstengtis ką pagriebti (at); to work by snatches dirbti su pertraukomis; 2) nuotrupa; fragmentas; 3) momentas, valandėlė

  • Snatch (film) Vagišiai (filmas)
  • snatch from (v.) nušvilpti, nukniaukti, vogti, voginėti
  • snatch up (v.) grybštelti, krimstelti
  • snatch away from (v.) nušvilpti, nukniaukti, vogti, voginėti
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (fragment) a small fragment
  • (law) the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment
  • (weightlifting) a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted overhead in one rapid motion Type of: weightlifting
  • (touching) the act of catching an object with the hands
  • (general anatomy) the external sex organs of a female
  • (prehend) to grasp hastily or eagerly
  • (make grasping motions) to make grasping motions
  • (crime) to take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually to extract a ransom

snatch sinonimai abduction, beaver, bit, bush, catch, female genital organ, female sex organ, grab, kidnapping, puss, pussy, ravishing, shred, slit, snap, twat, cunt, fanny, kidnaping, catch from, diddle, draw away, grab, grasp, nab, pluck, pull, pull away, seize, snaffle, snap up, snatch away, snatch away from, snatch from, steal, take, take away, tear away, wrench from, wrest from, abduct, kidnap, nobble, snap, snatch up, abstract, cabbage, hook, lift, nobble, rob, snarf, sneak, steal, subtract, walk off with, filch, nick, pilfer, pinch, purloin, snatch away from, snatch from, swipe, take from under s.o.'s nose

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