To snap up something (or snap something up) is to acquire or buy it quickly because it is exactly what you want, or it is very cheap.
Examples of use:
1. Customers snap up Apple’s iPad in New York.
2. The new houses have been snapped up by local families.
3. These apples were very cheap so I snapped up three bags of them.
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Can you think of any ways to use the phrasal verb ‘snap up‘ in a sentence?
Is there anything you have snapped up in a sale? Is there anything you would like to snap up in a sale?
Practise writing one or two sentences in your notebook, or add them as a comment on this blog post.
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