snaffle up

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w>snaffle up

vt sep (Brit inf) bargainwegschnappen (inf)
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Price: 69p Bob has busted out of jail and is now on a crime spree, breaking and entering a host of properties to snaffle up all the valuable items he can without being caught.
The hosts went into the game favourites to snaffle up the three points and consolidate their quest for a top six place while their visitors were looking for the win to hoist them away from the bottom six.
This year, many stores went into sale online on Christmas Day, meaning the truly dedicated shopper could snaffle up designer discounts while the rest of the world was sleeping off its turkey dinner.
SNP leader John Swinney and his colleagues want to snaffle up a whopping 31 per cent rise.