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snap·shot

 (snăp′shŏt′)
n.
1. A photograph usually taken with a small handheld camera.
2. An isolated observation: a sociopolitical snapshot of the electorate.
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snapshot

(ˈsnæpˌʃɒt)
n
(Photography) an informal photograph taken with a simple camera. Often shortened to: snap
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snap•shot

(ˈsnæpˌʃɒt)

n.
1. an informal photograph, esp. one taken by a hand-held camera.
2. a quick shot fired by a hunter without deliberate aim.
3. a brief appraisal, summary, or profile.
[1800–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snapshot - an informal photographsnapshot - an informal photograph; usually made with a small hand-held camera; "my snapshots haven't been developed yet"; "he tried to get unposed shots of his friends"
photo, photograph, pic, exposure, picture - a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
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Translations
لَقْطَةٌ فُوتُوغَرَافِيَةلَقْطَةٌ فوتوغرافِيَّه
momentka
fotosnapshot
tilannekuva
snimak
pillanatfelvétel
skyndi-/tækifærismynd
スナップ写真
스냅 사진
momentka
fotografi
การถ่ายภาพอย่างรวดเร็ว
enstantaneşipşak fotoğraf
ảnh chụp nhanh

snapshot

[ˈsnæpʃɒt] N (Phot) → foto f
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

snapshot

[ˈsnæpʃɒt] nphoto f, instantané m
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

snapshot

[ˈsnæpˌʃɒt] n (Phot) → istantanea
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

snap

(snӕp) past tense, past participle snapped verb
1. (with at) to make a biting movement, to try to grasp with the teeth. The dog snapped at his ankles.
2. to break with a sudden sharp noise. He snapped the stick in half; The handle of the cup snapped off.
3. to (cause to) make a sudden sharp noise, in moving etc. The lid snapped shut.
4. to speak in a sharp especially angry way. `Mind your own business!' he snapped.
5. to take a photograph of. He snapped the children playing in the garden.
noun
1. (the noise of) an act of snapping. There was a loud snap as his pencil broke.
2. a photograph; a snapshot. He wanted to show us his holiday snaps.
3. a kind of simple card game. They were playing snap.
adjective
done, made etc quickly. a snap decision.
ˈsnappy adjective
1. irritable; inclined to snap. He is always rather snappy on a Monday morning.
2. quick; prompt. You'll have to be snappy if you're catching that bus!
3. smart. He's certainly a snappy dresser.
ˈsnappily adverb
ˈsnappiness noun
ˈsnapshot noun
a photograph taken quickly and without a lot of equipment. That's a good snapshot of the children playing in the garden.
snap one's fingers
to make a sharp noise by moving the thumb quickly across the top joint of the middle finger, as an informal gesture eg to attract someone's attention, mark the rhythm in music etc.
snap up
to grab eagerly. I saw this bargain in the shop and snapped it up straight away; The bargains were snapped up.
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snapshot

لَقْطَةٌ فُوتُوغَرَافِيَة momentka foto Schnappschuss φωτογραφικό στιγμιότυπο foto instantánea tilannekuva photo snimak istantanea スナップ写真 스냅 사진 snapshot øyeblikksbilde zdjęcie migawkowe instantâneo снимок fotografi การถ่ายภาพอย่างรวดเร็ว enstantane ảnh chụp nhanh 快照
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IF the update is available, it will start downloading automatically and will show up as "Feature Update to Windows 10, Version 1809." Do make sure you create a system restore point before the update is installed.
Geier writes, "They display a full-size window after Windows starts up--usually with an FBI or Department of Justice logo--saying that you violated the law and that you must pay a fine." For this kind of infection, Geier recommends rebooting in safe mode and then running the System Restore tool, which erases programs (but not documents) that have been installed since a certain restore point. If that doesn't work, Geier opts for running a virus scan from a bootable disc or a USB stick.
The software is equipped with a safety feature that allows backing up individual drivers or creating a system restore point prior to updating.
A restore point is now created which allows you to go back to the previous ROM if something goes wrong with the new ROM.
One note of caution: It's a good idea to create a Restore Point before using this program, so that if anything goes awry, you can always get things back in order.
The company said that the product now offers customers and end-to-end solution for ensuring business continuity by providing a tool which allows them to validate and assure both restore point objective and restore time objective.
If you decide to proceed, you must take one more step: Go back to Start, Control Panel, System, and then click on Automatic Updates and create a restore point, which lets you revert to an earlier healthy configuration just before you launched the patch.