Definitions for snitch
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word snitch.
fink, snitch, snitcher, stoolpigeon, stool pigeon, stoolie, sneak, sneaker, canaryverb
someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police
hook, snitch, thieve, cop, knock off, glomverb
take by theft
"Someone snitched my wallet!"
denounce, tell on, betray, give away, rat, grass, shit, shop, snitch, stagverb
give away information about somebody
"He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam"
An informer, usually one who betrays his group.
To steal, quickly and quietly.
To inform on.
To contact or cooperate with the police for any reason.
"Snitch" is a song by American rapper Obie Trice, released as the second single from his second studio album Second Round's on Me. The song features guest vocals from fellow rapper Akon, who also produced the song and helped to write it along with Trice.
A person who tells information on other people about crime related activity. Viewed negatively by criminals and the general hip hop community, it is not the moral flaw that many disillusioned wannabe hustler/rapper/gangsters try to make it out to be. If someone's selling drugs on your street let them be, the police will probably bust them anyway. If someone's representing their gang affiliations obviously on your street let them be, the police will probably bust them anyway. If you know who raped a little girl and you can tell the police without putting yourself or your family in harm's way, do it. If you know whose stray bullet hit someone innocent and you can tell the police without putting yourself or your family in harm's way, do it. If you know who burned down a house with people in it and you can tell the police without putting yourself or your family in harms way, do it. A snitch is a government-made parasite who will give information about other criminals in order to stay out of jail, lighten his sentence or stay on the street. A snitch isn't someone who sees someone getting mugged and calls the police.
The numerical value of snitch in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of snitch in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
All these policies have just instituted fear on campus. There was technically a snitch policy, like you could anonymously tip people for not wearing masks, what was especially egregious was how enforcement was supposed to be handled at Trinity. They put the responsibility of these policies being enforced on the educators.
I would disagree with the characterization of it being a 'snitch app.' I would call it a feedback method, i think particularly for faculty, we are enormously [grateful] for our faculty.
Some of the victims have claimed a backlash, one victim was called a snitch. People are afraid to come forward. ... They need to see a strong message about how serious the system is taking these particular charges, regardless of the name this man carries and the family prestige.
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- tyveknægt, stikker, sladrehank, forræder, tyvDanish
- Spitzel, verpfeifen, klauen, petzen, stibitzen, verpetzenGerman
- chivato, ladrona, hurtar, chivata, sapo, ladrón, delatar, mangar, soplón, delator, robar, chivarSpanish
- pihistää, varas, vasikoida, kieliä, ilmiantaja, kähveltää, varastaa, vasikka, kannella, voroFinnish
- délateur, informateur, indicateur, piquer, voler, voleur, dénonciateur, voleuse, balance, indicFrench
- מלשין, הלשיןHebrew
- vamzer, spicli, besúgóHungarian
- fare la spia, rubare, informare, spia, pentito, sgraffignare, rubacchiare, fare la soffiata, traditore, delatore, grattareItalian
- sladrehank, sladreNorwegian
- kinol, nochal, złodziej, kapuś, donosicielPolish
- dedurar, delatarPortuguese
- доносчик, ворюга, шнобель, вор, доносчица, стукач, стукачка, воровка, пятак, воришка, нос, рубильникRussian
- snatta, snattare, tjallare, gola, tjalla, skvallra, sno, knycka, skvallerbyttaSwedish
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