Snitch and Take


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Snitch verb – To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Usage example: snitched some paper from the office supply room for use with her printer at home

Take and snitch are semantically related in steal topic. In some cases you can use "Take" instead a verb "Snitch".
Nearby Words: snitched, snitching
Synonyms for Snitch


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Take verb – To reach for and take hold of by embracing with the fingers or arms.
Snitch and take are semantically related in steal topic. Sometimes you can use "Snitch" instead a verb "Take".
Nearby Words: taking, taken, taker
Synonyms for Take

Both words in one sentence

  • Michael is thought to be a snitch, so he is forced to leave Bug with a distant relative and take up Omar's old trade.
  • The Stool Pigeon This kind of snitch can vary wildly; sometimes the authorities refuse to listen, so they secretly tell someone else who will take action.
  • Film / War Dog Razor Wire: A War Dog uses this to take out a snitch.
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