Synonyms of snip in English:

snip


See definition of snip

verb

1‘an usher neatly snips your ticket in two’

SYNONYMS
cut, clip, cut into, slit, nick, gash, notch, incise, snick

2‘always have your secateurs in hand to snip faded flowers’

SYNONYMS
cut off, snip off, trim, trim off, clip, prune, hack off, chop off, saw off, lop, lop off, dock, crop, sever, separate, detach, remove, take off

noun

1‘make snips along the length up to this line’

SYNONYMS
cut, clip, trim
slit, nick, gash, notch, incision, snick

2‘the collage consists of snips of wallpaper’

SYNONYMS
scrap, cutting, shred, strip, ribbon, rag, snippet, remnant, fragment, sliver, splinter, chip, bit, tiny bit, piece, tiny piece, speck, crumb, spot, fleck, wisp

3‘at £1 million, the goalkeeper has turned out to be a snip’

SYNONYMS
bargain, good buy, cheap buy
value for money, good value for money, surprisingly cheap
informal giveaway, steal
ANTONYMS

rip-off

4‘the job was a snip’

SYNONYMS
easy task, easy job, child's play, five-finger exercise, gift, walkover, nothing, sinecure, gravy train
informal doddle, walk in the park, piece of cake, picnic, money for old rope, money for jam, cinch, breeze, sitter, kids' stuff, cushy job, cushy number, doss, cakewalk, pushover
North American informal duck soup, snap
Australian, New Zealand informal bludge, snack
South African informal a piece of old tackie
British vulgar slang a piece of piss