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to have a snack

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  • snack — n. 1) to have a snack 2) to fix ( prepare ) a snack 3) a between meal; midnight snack; party snacks * * * [snæk] midnight snack party snacks a between meal to fix ( prepare ) a snack to have a snack …   Combinatory dictionary

  • snack — /snak/, n. 1. a small portion of food or drink or a light meal, esp. one eaten between regular meals. 2. a share or portion. 3. Australian Slang. something easily done. 4. go snack or snacks, to share (profits or returns). v.i. 5. to have a snack …   Universalium

  • snack — [[t]snæk[/t]] n. 1) a small portion of food or drink or a light meal, esp. one eaten between regular meals 2) a share or portion 3) to have a snack or light meal, esp. between regular meals • Etymology: 1300–50; ME: a snap or bite, der. of… …   From formal English to slang

  • Snack vending — is the business of vending packages of snacks, such as popcorn, pretzels, and candy bars, from electronic vending machines. Like soda vending, snack vending falls within full line vending.Originally snack machines were notorious for selling junk… …   Wikipedia

  • snack — (v.) c.1300, to bite or snap (of a dog), probably from M.Du. snacken to snatch, chatter (see SNATCH (Cf. snatch)). The meaning have a mere bite or morsel, eat a light meal is first attested 1807; the noun in this sense is from 1757. Snack bar is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Snack food — Part of a series on Meals …   Wikipedia

  • Snack Attack — This article is about the video game. For the Jr. FLL game, see Snack Attack (FIRST). Snack Attack A screenshot from Snack Attack. Developer(s) Funtastic …   Wikipedia

  • snack — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ light, little, small ▪ quick ▪ We stopped for a quick snack. ▪ healthy, nutritious …   Collocations dictionary

  • snack — [15] Snack originally meant ‘bite’ (‘The … Tuscan hound … with his wide chafts [jaws] at him makes a snack’, Gavin Douglas, Æneid 1513). It was not used for a ‘quick meal’ (as in ‘have a bite to eat’) until the 18th century. It was borrowed from… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • snack — [15] Snack originally meant ‘bite’ (‘The … Tuscan hound … with his wide chafts [jaws] at him makes a snack’, Gavin Douglas, Æneid 1513). It was not used for a ‘quick meal’ (as in ‘have a bite to eat’) until the 18th century. It was borrowed from… …   Word origins

  • have — verb Have is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑hotel, ↑library, ↑mixture, ↑patient, ↑room, ↑sentence, ↑tape, ↑word Have is used with these nouns as the object: ↑A level, ↑ability, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary


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