Definition of Snap off
1. Verb. Break a piece from a whole. "Break a branch from a tree"
Generic synonyms: Detach
Derivative terms: Breakable, Breakage, Breaker
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Literary usage of Snap off
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Seed Dispersal by William James Beal (1898)
"Living branches snap off and are carried by water or wind. — Some trees and shrubs among the willows are called snap-willows, because their branches are ..."
2. Dictionary of Scientific Illustrations and Symbols: Moral Truths Mirrored in (1894)
"He eludes you like the glass-snake, which, when pursued and touched, will contract the muscles of its tail with such excessive force as to snap off that ..."
3. The Backup Book: Disaster Recovery from Desktop to Data Center by Dorian J. Cougias, E. L. Heiberger, Karsten Koop (2003)
"The basic cluster can have mirrored volumes within the same RAID array, as shown in Figure 16-15. Using FlashSnap with the cluster as a snap-off mirror vol- ..."
4. Classified Gymnasium Exercises: Of System of R.J. Roberts ; with Notes by A. K. Jones, R. J. Roberts (1890)
"Twist scissors to right on length of buck, snap off. 4. Twist scissors to left on length of buck, snap off. 5. Straddle walk on hands. 6. ..."