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What is the difference between Sniff and Snip?




What is the difference between Sniff and Snip?:


Sniff : (verb)

(
1 ) Draw air in through the nose so that there is sound

They all had colds and were sniffing and sneezing.


(
2 ) Draw air in through the nose to discover or enjoy the smell of something

He was sniffing at the rose.



Sniff : (noun)

(
1 ) Act or sound pf sniffing

Breath of air

He got a sniff fresh air.

She gave a bitter sniff.

“I am going," she said with a sniff.

One sniff of this is enough to kill you.



Snip : (verb)

(
1 ) Cut something sharply in short quick strokes

He snipped a stray lock of hair.

He snipped energetically at the hedge.


(
2 ) Remove something with short quick strokes

I snipped off a few loose threads.

Snip the corner of the carton of milk.



Snip : (noun)

(
1 ) Cut made by snipping

There is a snip in this cloth.


(
2 ) Small piece cut off by snipping

Many snips if material scattered over the floor


(
3 ) Act of snipping

With a few quick snips of the shears, he pruned the bush.


(
4 ) Surprisingly cheap article

Bargain

It is a snip at only five rupees.











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