Snip - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- the act of clipping or snipping (syn: clip, clipping)
- cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of (syn: clip, crop, cut back, dress, lop, prune, trim)
...cleared out the snips of paper that had been clogging the machine...
...that antique urn that we bought at London's Portobello Road Market was a real snip...
He snipped some fresh herbs from plants on the windowsill.
She snipped at the hanging strings.
Mother is in the garden, snipping off the dead roses.
I snipped the string and untied the parcel.
Snip the ends of the beans off before you cook them.
At £20 for a dozen, they're a snip.
present participle: snipping
past tense: snipped
past participle: snipped