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snap at (someone)
to speak sharply or angrily to someone
Our supervisor often snaps at the people who he works with.
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  • snap out of (something)
  • sniff out (someone or something) or sniff (someone or something) out
  • snow (someone) under
  • so far
  • so far, so good
  • so help me
  • so long
  • so mad that one could scream
  • so much
  • so much for (someone or something)
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  • strike a bargain
  • have got (something)
  • run (something) into the ground
  • like a bat out of hell
  • pull the wool over (someone`s) eyes
  • fall into a trap
  • in case
  • red-letter day
  • make fun of (someone or something)
  • wear off

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