Hay 2 traducciones principales de snag en Español

: snag1snag2

snag1

inconveniente, n.

Pronunciación /snæɡ/ /snaɡ/

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nombre

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    (difficulty)
    inconveniente masculino
    problema masculino
    pega femenino España coloquial
    I don't see what the snag is no veo cuál es el inconveniente / el problema
    • if you run into any snags, let me know si tienes algún problema / tropiezas con alguna dificultad, házmelo saber
    • However the Government's plans to address the problem have hit a snag, with the newly appointed coordinator quitting before his job has even begun.
    • When he was discharged in 1946, he began arranging for Harry James, but his career hit a snag when bebop, an intellectual genre that he rebuffed, became the rage.
    • The Times-Metro deal hit a snag in January, when the Justice Department announced it was investigating possible antitrust ramifications.
    • Plans to scrap a toxic ‘ghost fleet’ of former United States Navy ships in Britain hit a snag yesterday when it emerged that new planning permission might be needed.
    • Transfer of the Garden City Lands to Richmond hit a snag last week after the Musqueam First Nation received a temporary court injunction preventing the move.
    • Plans for a massive renovation of Hong Kong's ageing public housing estates have hit a snag with most tenants at one estate staunchly opposed to the idea.
    • However the scheme hit a snag in the narrow streets, lanes and yards of Saltaire where residents have found there just is not room for two bins.
    • Golf simulations have hit a snag in recent years, as very few of them have shown the ability to significantly improve on versions from previous years.
    • The Martha Stewart trial hit a snag when defense lawyers and prosecutors withheld a key document from them.
    • Unfortunately, this morning the plan hit a snag when none of them actually turned up.
    • Though originally slated in Vancouver's bid book as the site for the project, the university hit a snag early on in its plans to secure enough cash to cover its portion of the capital costs.
    • Stars' glorious start to the season has hit a slight snag lately with a couple of draws, while their closest rival, Ballina, continues to string together victories.
    • The only snag was my season ticket wasn't valid on their network.
    • Here's where I hit my first snag - The lid of the dumpster had been chained shut!
    • I had recorded an album for the Uni label that hit snags in the production dept because Mike Post had asked to produce a couple of sides and they came off like TV music so the album never got released.
    • Tory Euro hopeful Ian Bruce said the 50 per cent total could be hit by Thursday night, despite postal votes being affected by a series of snags including late delivery in Elvington and confusion over new vote forms.
    • If small things seem torturous, listen to what they're telling you - use those nagging little snags as clues to negotiating what you want.
    • I hit my first snag when I managed to burr one of the screws, which made it impossible to remove the arm at all!
    • I believe that in mental health care however, we potentially hit a bigger snag in trying to creatively doubt what we do.
    • But there was a snag - there was no natural harbour, and Carrington surmised that building one would be at considerable expense.
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    (in fabric, stocking)
    enganchón masculino
    enganche masculino Cono Sur
    jalón masculino México
    • You need to point out to your cleaner all stains, fabric pills, snags, minor repairs, and also point out style nuances, for instance, if you want your collar to stand up or you wear the cuffs rolled up.
    • A blunt needle can cause snags, holes or runs in seams and topstitching.
    • Knits and other stretchy fabrics are an open invitation to snags.
    • To avoid snags, always begin projects with a new needle in a size compatible to the fabric weight.
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    (obstruction)
    his fishing line got caught on a snag se le enganchó la línea en una rama (or piedra etc.)
    • the boat hit a snag as it was turning la barca dio con un escollo al dar la vuelta

verbo transitivo snagging, snagged, snagged

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    enganchar
    you'll snag your sweater on those brambles te vas a enganchar el suéter con esas zarzas
    • He sat down next to the boy and snagged his bag of chips, tearing it open.
    • A branch snagged his shirt sleeve, and he tore a hole as he yanked himself free.
    • It's just slightly bigger than a Fig Newton with two tire irons snapped to the side, with no sharp edges or protruding tools to snag jersey pockets or cut spare tubes.
    • The girl ducked this time, but the bird still managed to snag the strap of her tank-top, tearing it.
    • As the dealer points to the 3rd baseman, she accidentally snags her hole card on her sleeve and flips it face up.

verbo intransitivo snagging, snagged, snagged

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Hay 2 traducciones principales de snag en Español

: snag1snag2

snag2

salchicha, n.

Pronunciación /snæɡ/ /snaɡ/

nombre

coloquial
inglés de Australia
Cocina
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    salchicha femenino
    • We generally prefer snags with tomato sauce and white bread.
    • Officially crowned sausage king of the Traditional Australian and Gourmet class snags, Mr Barritt said using local ingredients and staff was the key to his success.
    • Arthur Chisolm, a 72-year-old volunteer who took great care when turning his snags on the hotplate, said more sausages would be sold during the school holidays, but he was unsure how many.
    • Had a lovely time last night, threw a few snags and shrimps on the barbie with some family and friends, pavlola for sweets, a few sherberts, a fine time was had by all.
    • It was a busy 2 hours but Louise did manage to get a snag from the barbie!