- a snapshot of life back then
Examples of snapshot in a Sentence
fans excitedly took snapshots of the rock star as he dashed into the hotel
Recent Examples of snapshot from the Web
Subscribers to the $30-per-month service post snapshots of Ritual’s sleek yellow and white delivery box on their own feeds. ...
The young Reds striker was then denied by Jordan Pickford's sprawling save from a snapshot before Ragnar Klavan had Liverpool hearts in mouths as his sliced clearance at a free kick spun just past the post.
In the sweet snapshots, the KKW Beauty mogul can be seen having a blast alongside her husband Kanye West and their three kids — Chicago, 11 weeks, Saint, 2, and North.
Some recent customers of mine present a snapshot of typical new Bay Harbor Islands residents.
Ever since Cole Sprouse started posting angelic snapshots of Lili Reinhart on his Instagram around this time last year, fans have suspected their onscreen Riverdale romance became a reality.
The dish The tasting menu starts with a dozen different bites—a snapshot of the day’s harvest.
Credit watch: The latest snapshot of consumer credit will be released Friday by the Federal Reserve.
The socioeconomic snapshot that emerged became a road map for creating a workforce from scratch.
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First Known Use of snapshot
SNAPSHOT Defined for English Language Learners
: an informal photograph that is taken quickly
: a quick view or a small amount of information that tells you a little about what someone or something is like
SNAPSHOT Defined for Kids
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