Meaning of snatchy in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsnatʃi/


See snatch

‘That extra tail-weight partly explains why the Octavia feels eager to point into a corner despite its soft and very comfortable springing, making it a surprisingly enjoyable car for a keen driver, apart from the overly snatchy brakes.’
  • ‘The accelerator response can be snatchy, there is engine surge in traffic and occasionally the transmission clonks.’
  • ‘Turn in is immediate and roll free, although braking while approaching a corner can be a bit snatchy.’