[ snˈat͡ʃ ˈʌp], [ snˈatʃ ˈʌp], [ s_n_ˈa_tʃ ˈʌ_p]
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How to use "Snatch up" in context?
The phrase "snatch up" is often used to describe the act of quickly catching something that has fallen to the ground. It is often used in a context of competition or to indicate that someone is trying to take something away from someone else. The phrase is derived from the Old English verb "snagian" which means to seize or catch.
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