Nick and Snatch

Nick

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Nick verb – To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Usage example: that lorry was a piece of rubbish, I don't know why anyone would want to nick it

Snatch and nick are semantically related In some cases you can use "Snatch" instead a verb "Nick".
Nearby Words: nicked, Nicky, Nicki, Nickie
Synonyms for Nick

Snatch

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Snatch verb – To take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly.
Nick and snatch are semantically related (British) in pinch topic. Sometimes you can use "Nick" instead a verb "Snatch", if it concerns topics such as steal.
Nearby Words: snatching, snatched
Synonyms for Snatch

How words are described

original original nick original snatch
simple simple nick simple snatch
little little nick little snatch

Common collocations

power nick power snatch power
guy nick guy snatch guy
someone nick someone snatch someone
piece nick piece snatch piece
Other nouns: weapon, purse, sword, hat, robin.

Both words in one sentence

  • Creator / 4Kids Entertainment Nick would also snatch up the Winx Club franchise in the following year.In April 2011, months after the departure of CEO Alfred R.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: One particularly obscene version, originally taken down by a folk song collector from a New York prison inmate named "Big Stick" in 1967, and recorded by Johnny Otis' band Snatch and the Poontangs in 1969 and by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds in 1995.
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