snap to it

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - snap to it

"snap to it"

to tell someone to do something immediately and quickly


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - snap to it

A man has just entered a taxi ...

Driver:  Where to, sir?

Man:  To the airport, please, and snap to it.  I think I'm going to be late for my flight.

Driver:  Yes sir.  I'll drive as quickly as I can.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - snap to it

A mother and son are talking ...

Mother:  Let's go. Hurry up. The school bus will be here any minute.

Son:  Just let me finish this video game.

Mother:  No. You need to get ready now. Come here right now, young man, and snap to it.

snap to it - Usage:


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snap to it - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for snap to it.

snap to it - Examples:

1)  All right. But only to the village. And back. And snap to it.

2)  I started to photograph them as much as I could. Snap to it: Goossens has to work quickly because wind blows the dew from the damselflies.

3)  Snap to it you guys. Every second counts.

4)  And when you do call, snap to it, don't spend all day crying.

5)  It's just a one-second thing. Snap to it -- touch and go. Do not allow your mind to think about the position ...

6)  And try to snap to it, hear? Let's beat the rain if we can.

7)  Our security detail/help was told to go in there and snap to it so they bounced into the restaurant still wearing pistols on their waists and a ...

8)  But snap to it: Applications will only be accepted until Saturday, and 10 finalists will be chosen the first week of April.

9)  Tour guides should cut to the chase and snap to it. I never get bored when travelling, but boy, tour guides have taken me perilously close.

10)  I want my dinner, and snap to it!

11)  Brown warned Knight to snap to it, saying the accused deserve a right to a speedy trial — not one in 2017.

12)  Gimme the money, and snap to it.

13)  We want to snap to it. Make it quick. Convenient.

14)  I apply the same snap-to-it criteria to other art-forms too. I point-blank refuse to watch movies that last longer than two hours.

15)  If two unnamed UK Premiership soccer players are really about to come out, as the Daily Mirror has reported, they better snap to it.

16)  Two more coffees, if you would, and snap to it.

17)  So the company is free to reorganize, but snap to it. The cases speak to the debate underway about proposed changes to bankruptcy ...

18)  Come on Paul Ryan..we need those 300,000 Muslim visas and snap to it.

19)  They'll need to find the cure, and snap to it.

20)  Move it, move it, snap to it.