bite, collation, snack(verb)
a light informal meal
eat a snack; eat lightly
"She never loses weight because she snacks between meals"
a light meal
an item of food eaten between meals
to eat a light meal
to eat between meals
a share; a part or portion; -- obsolete, except in the colloquial phrase, to go snacks, i. e., to share
a slight, hasty repast
Origin: [See Snatch, v. t.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
snak, n. a share: a slight, hasty meal.—v.t. to snatch, to bite: to share. [A form of snatch.]
A small amount of food eaten between meals.
I do like to snack at intervals during the day rather than eat a meal.
A type of food and food product created and processed in various food colors, flavors, ingredients, recipes, shapes, sizes and substances.
There are a variety of snack foods on the market to choose from.
To eat a portion of food.
I love to snack rather than eat a meal as I am the only person living in my house.
The numerical value of snack in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of snack in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It has a lot of sugar in it, so we would keep this as a snack.
It's never too late to eat a small snack, i might have a small snack about an hour before going to bed, but many nights, I don't.
It’s an unlimited buffet so babies self-regulate when they breastfeed. They’re not going to overfeed or underfeed but sometimes they want a snack.
Serve fruits and vegetables with every meal (e.g., add frozen corn or other vegetables to mixed dishes and serve a side vegetable), and as a snack, and, most importantly, (parents should) model eating plenty of fruits and vegetables themselves, children learn from watching what adults do!
Our banking system is like a bunch of kids stealing from the cookie jar, and when the central bankers are questioned about it, they lie, or they say they're doing it for our own good - and then we keep putting cookies in the jar - and keep allowing them to steal - when all that's really happening is they're getting a free snack on us. They don't even have to be on their best behavior to get the treat!
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Translations for snack
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- وجبة خفيفةArabic
- Imbiss, Jause, jausnen, Happen, Snack, ZwischenmahlzeitGerman
- manĝeti, kolaziono, manĝetoEsperanto
- botana, piquislabis, tentempié, refrigerio, refacción, bala fría, mecatear, bocado, piscolabis, picarSpanish
- pikkupurtava, napostella, välipalaFinnish
- casse-croûte, grignoter, hors-d'œuvre, goûter, grignotageFrench
- spuntino, merendinaItalian
- 軽食, おやつ, 間食する, スナック, 間食Japanese
- ужина, закускаMacedonian
- naalghazhíNavajo, Navaho
- закусить, перекусывать, перекусить, закуска, перекус, закусыватьRussian
- užina, zakuskaSerbo-Croatian
- mellanmål, fikaSwedish
- çerez, atıştırmalık, atıştırmakTurkish
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