Meaning of SNAG in English

SNAG

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ big , major

▪ little , minor , slight , small

A minor ~ is that it's expensive.

▪ one , only

There is just one snag—his boss might not let him go.

The only ~ is the price.

▪ possible , potential

▪ last-minute

▪ technical

VERB + SNAG

▪ hit , run into

We've hit a technical snag—the printer isn't compatible with my PC.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ in

one of the ~s in the plan

▪ ~ on ( esp. AmE )

I ran into a few ~s on my thesis.

▪ ~ to

There is a ~ to the job: you have to work at weekends.

▪ ~ with

I suddenly saw a major ~ with the whole idea.

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