snatchy


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snatch·y

 (snăch′ē)
adj. snatch·i·er, snatch·i·est
Occurring in snatches; intermittent: a snatchy conversation.

snatchy

(ˈsnætʃɪ)
adj, snatchier or snatchiest
disconnected or spasmodic
ˈsnatchily adv
Translations

snatchy

[ˈsnætʃɪ] ADJ [work] → irregular, intermitente; [conversation] → intermitente, inconexo
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Anyway, thing is about Efa, she takes all these pills to keep her soul healthy, and everyone laughs at her because of the beads and the colours, but really she's more alive than any of them, any of them who talk about her behind their snatchy dead hands and roll their eyes like marbles under their grey hair when she passes.
At 262kg fully fuelled, it's still a hefty beast, but thanks to the usual Hinckley magic, that mass disappears instantly on the move, making handling a doddle - particularly with a featherlight clutch and low-speed fuelling which is deliciously smooth compared to the sensitive, snatchy feel at low revs of the Explorer.
However, as the harvested green energy is snatchy and sporadic, the design of the network setting is challenging.
In the initial morphology development, the PBT dispersed phase experienced several different kinds of phases: from pellets to sheets, holes and network structures, so the dispersed phase in the fracture surface was snatchy, just as seen from Fig.