snag

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A misnaged, an opponent to Chassidic Judaism (more likely modern, for cultural reasons)
A tree, or a branch of a tree, fixed in the bottom of a river or other navigable water, and rising nearly or quite to the surface, by which boats are sometimes pierced and sunk
To catch or tear (e.g. fabric) upon a rough surface or projection

Be careful not to snag your stockings on that concrete bench!.

A problem or difficulty with something
A stump or base of a branch that has been lopped off; a short branch, or a sharp or rough branch; a knot; a protuberance
To fish by means of dragging a large hook or hooks on a line, intending to impale the body (rather than the mouth) of the target

We snagged for spoonbill from the eastern shore of the Mississippi river.

As in cloth, a pulled thread or yarn
One of the secondary branches of an antler
A sausage
To pick up (something)

Ella snagged a bottle of water from the fridge before leaving for her jog.

A tooth projecting beyond the rest; contemptuously, a broken or decayed tooth
{n} a tooth standing out, knot, knob, snail
The bare trunk of a dead tree, occasionally with a few branches or branch stubs Often seen standing in the aftermath of a fire or in shallow waters with one end stuck into the muddy bottom and the other at or near the surface where it becomes a potential navigation hazard for the unwary
A standing dead tree from which leaves and most of the branches have fallen Used for wildlife
A standing dead tree from which the top has broken off
A standing dead tree or part of a dead tree from which at least the leaves and smaller branches have fallen
A standing dead tree or part of a dead tree; essential habitat for species of insects, birds, and mammals
1 a standing dead tree trunk and any attached branches As cited in
an unforeseen obstacle
A dead, but standing tree from which the leaves and most of the branches have fallen Chicot
A standing dead or dying tree
Sausage
A standing dead tree or part of a dead tree from which at least the smaller branches have fallen
A standing dead tree used by many species of birds and mammals for feeding and nesting
To cut the snags or branches from, as the stem of a tree; to hew roughly
an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"
To injure or destroy, as a steamboat or other vessel, by a snag, or projecting part of a sunken tree
logs or branches in a stream
a dead tree that is still standing, usually in an undisturbed forest; "a snag can provide food and a habitat for insects and birds"
catch on a snag; "I snagged my stocking"
hew jaggedly
If you snag part of your clothing on a sharp or rough object or if it snags, it gets caught on the object and tears. She snagged a heel on a root and tumbled to the ground Brambles snagged his suit Local fishermen's nets kept snagging on underwater objects
A standing dead tree Snags are important as habitat for a variety of wildlife species and their prey
A standing dead tree; an important source of forest habitat
A standing dead tree, or portion of a tree, from which most of the foliage and limbs have fallen
a sharp protuberance
a sharp protuberance hew jaggedly catch on a snag; "I snagged my stocking"
Streetluges that get hooked together during a run
{i} jagged projection, sharp protruding point; tree branch or tree stump partially submerged in a lake or river; hidden obstacle, unseen danger; hole, tear, run (esp. one made by a sharp projection)
a dead tree that is still standing, usually in an undisturbed forest; "a snag can provide food and a habitat for insects and birds" a sharp protuberance hew jaggedly catch on a snag; "I snagged my stocking" get by acting quickly and smartly; "snag a bargain
A standing dead tree Snags are important as habitat for a variety of wildlife species and their prey Unfortunately, all snags are felled in harvest operations It is feared that they might fall on, and kill a logger
{f} catch on a jagged projection; tear on a sharp protruding part; catch, grab (Informal); be caught, become entangled, be obstructed
get by acting quickly and smartly; "snag a bargain
Standing dead tree often used by birds for nesting, or wildlife for refuge Can be a hazard to forest workers as it may fall unexpectedly
get by acting quickly and smartly; "snag a bargain"
Any standing dead or mostly dead tree A hard snag is composed primarily of sound wood, generally merchantable A soft snag is composed primarily of wood in advanced stages of decay and deterioration, generally not merchantable
A dead tree that is still standing Sometimes left in the forest to provide a habitat for wildlife
A standing dead tree
A snag is a small problem or disadvantage. A police clampdown on car thieves hit a snag when villains stole one of their cars
Standing dead tree from which the leaves and most of the branches have fallen (22)
Any standing dead, partially-dead, or defective (cull) tree at least l0 inches in diameter at breast height (dbh) and at least 6 feet tall A hard snag is composed primarily of sound wood, generally merchantable A soft snag is composed primarily of wood in advanced stages of decay and deterioration, generally not merchantable
snag list
(İnşaat) (or snagging list) A list of quality defects at the end of a build process/phase/stage
hit a snag
To encounter an unexpected problem or delay

Their plans to finish the garden that weekend hit a snag when an unseasonal snowfall dropped several inches on what should have become the pumpkin patch that day.

snagged
{a} full of snags or sharp points
snaggy
{a} full of snags or sharp points
hit a snag
(deyim) Encounter opposition
snagging
(İnşaat) Snagging is a term used in the construction industry in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Snagging is the production of a list of quality defects at the end of a build process/phase/stage (a "Snag List" or "Snagging List")
snagged
Simple past and past participle of to snag
snagged
Full of snags; snaggy
snagging
present participle of to snag
snaggy
Covered in snags, or similar sharp projections
snaggy
Snappish; cross; ill-tempered
snaggy
Full of snags; full of short, rough branches or sharp points; abounding with knots
snaggy
{s} having jagged projections; full of hidden obstacles
snags
plural of snag
snags
Standing dead trees
snags
Third person singular simple present of to snag
snags
A standing dead tree from which the leaves and most of the branches have fallen and/or a standing section of the stem of a tree broken off at a height of £20 ft
snag
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