Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To take a snapshot of.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Send the snapshoot to MoveOn. org, and our organization will compile what we collect.

    We Can't Afford to Wait

  • "If I had my eyes I'd snapshoot ye for a hundred bucks," said Lund.

    A Man to His Mate

  • A last breakfast, trying not to be sad about it, sitting drinking coffee on the steps to the Public Library, watching people trying to snapshoot themselves in front of the lions, then it's all tight goodbyes on the sidewalk, the bus, the airport, charmless service from the BA staff, a cramped flight with too little water.

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  • Is it possible with that script to have a snapshoot and rescale / downsize it to a variable / preset ratio of eg 33 / 100\% before saving?

    AutoHotkey Community

  • Is it possible with that script to have a snapshoot and rescale / downsize it to a variable / preset ratio of eg 33 / 100\% before saving?

    AutoHotkey Community

  • Click on the Properties button to the right, the PushOK CVS Proxy properties dialogue will appear (see a snapshoot above), on the Server options tab check that you have SSH client entered e.g TortoisePlink. exe

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • Click on the Properties button to the right, the PushOK CVS Proxy properties dialogue will appear (see a snapshoot above), on the Server options tab check that you have SSH client entered e.g TortoisePlink. exe

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • i upload a snapshoot of the "program to run" window to see the basic layout.

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  • Scope "provides an interesting snapshoot about Publisher's Plan [and Thinking] to support

    Hugo E. Martin on Media + Marketing

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