Snap out - definition of snap out by The Free Dictionary
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vt sep to snap somebody out of something
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As Glaus endured his usual midsummer malaise, manager Mike Scioscia and hitting coach Mickey Hatcher preached patience, that eventually Glaus would snap out
of it in a big way.
They're still waiting for veteran left-hander Jim Abbott to snap out
of a 1-7 drought and are hoping rookie Shad Williams can contribute, but strong outings by Shawn Boskie and Mark Langston on Sunday lessened manager Marcel Lachemann's concerns considerably.