Snatch and Take


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Snatch verb – To take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly.
Take is a synonym for snatch in steal topic. In some cases you can use "Take" instead a verb "Snatch", when it comes to topics like grab, catch, win, grab away.
Nearby Words: snatching, snatched
Synonyms for Snatch


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Take verb – To reach for and take hold of by embracing with the fingers or arms.
Usage example: take my hand, or we'll get separated in this crowd

Snatch is a synonym for take in steal topic. You can use "Snatch" instead a verb "Take", if it concerns topics such as catch, get, act on.
Nearby Words: taking, taken, taker
Synonyms for Take

How words are described

original original snatch original take
little little snatch little take
famous famous snatch famous take

Common collocations

approach snatch approach take approach
power snatch power take power
hand snatch hand take hand
drink snatch drink take drink
Other nouns: minutes.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Best Seller Madlock tracks her down, but has two cops pick her up and take Holly to him, stating that he will release her unharmed as Meechum now knows he can snatch her at any time.
  • Literature / Lythande Lythande chooses to take this extremely literally and snatch bites of food while the male Adept is looking elsewhere.
  • Watchmen has Laurie AKA Silk Spectre snatch a Beretta 92F off her government handler and take it apart in less than a second.
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