Definitions for snacksnæk

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word snack

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bite, collation, snack(verb)

    a light informal meal

  2. nosh, snack(verb)

    eat a snack; eat lightly

    "She never loses weight because she snacks between meals"

Wiktionary

  1. snack(Noun)

    a light meal

  2. snack(Noun)

    an item of food eaten between meals

  3. snack(Verb)

    to eat a light meal

  4. snack(Verb)

    to eat between meals

Webster Dictionary

  1. Snack(verb)

    a share; a part or portion; -- obsolete, except in the colloquial phrase, to go snacks, i. e., to share

  2. Snack(verb)

    a slight, hasty repast

  3. Origin: [See Snatch, v. t.]

Editors Contribution

  1. snack

    A small amount of food eaten between meals.

    I do like to snack at intervals during the day rather than eat a meal.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Lauren Bloomberg:

    It has a lot of sugar in it, so we would keep this as a snack.

  2. Lisa Dierks:

    Some of the drinks can average almost 400 calories per 16 ounces, so this is fine if you are missing a meal, but not so great as a snack.

  3. Cindy Shelton:

    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.

  4. Angela Fout:

    Growing up in Lebanon, we ate yogurt for breakfast, we ate it as a snack, we ate it for dinner, when I think of yogurt, I don’t associate it with sweets the way most Americans do.

  5. Larissa Hirsch:

    Seeing what the parents eat, that makes a big impact, keep your kitchen stocked with healthy options. It's hard when you go to the kitchen to get something to eat and the things that you see are all of these snack foods that are filled with fat and salt and calories.

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Translations for snack

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • وجبة خفيفةArabic
  • svačinaCzech
  • Imbiss, Jause, jausnen, Happen, Snack, ZwischenmahlzeitGerman
  • κολατσιόGreek
  • 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
  • kōmuramuraMāori
  • ужина, закускаMacedonian
  • зуушMongolian
  • snekMalay
  • tussendoortjeDutch
  • naalghazhíNavajo, Navaho
  • przekąskaPolish
  • lanchePortuguese
  • закусить, перекусывать, перекусить, закуска, перекус, закусыватьRussian
  • užina, zakuskaSerbo-Croatian
  • mellanmål, fikaSwedish
  • çerez, atıştırmalık, atıştırmakTurkish

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