Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Snappy"

The meaning of "Snappy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy snappy?
A: Make it snappy! Do it quickly - subito
It needs to be snappy. It needs to catch peoples attention
Q: Co znaczy snappy?
A: Short-tempered, with a tendency to “snap” at people. Brusque, rude.
Q: Co znaczy snappy?
Q: Co znaczy snappy?
A: In this context, "quick". What she's really saying is that they need to act as if they want to do something quickly.
Q: Co znaczy snappy?
A: Or neat / organized

Example sentences using "Snappy"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snappy.
A: She had a rough day at work, when she came home she was snappy and agitated.

Why are you so snappy today?

I'm sorry for being snappy, I've just been going through a lot recently.

He's a really snappy guy, be careful around him.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snappy.
A: "Make it snappy" I means hurry up or like do it quickly
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snappy.
A: I usually hear it used where someone asks for something and then says "and make it snappy", meaning 'do it quickly'.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snappy.
A: The little girl was snappy because she missed her nap.

My boss is always snappy on Monday mornings.

I can be really snappy if I don't drink my coffee.

Synonyms of "Snappy" and their differences

Q: Jaka jest różnica między snappy i snazzy ?
A: They mean the same thing. They aren’t used very commonly in normal speech, but if they are used then people will be happy about it. Snazzy is more common than snappy.

They both mean that something is good or cool/interesting. Snazzy feels a little bit more fancy. A snazzy hotel could have marble floors and a chandelier.

A person could be wearing a really interesting dress and be called snappy.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snappy i fast ?
A: Fast is very general and you can use it in many situations:
- he talks fast
- she drives fast
- that year went by fast

'snappy' as far as I can think of only appears in the phrase 'to make it snappy', it's similar to 'dale prisa' in Spanish, and it sounds a bit aggressive:
- I need some food and make it snappy, I'm hungry!
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snappy i fast ?
A: No difference, really. Snappy is less formal, and we don't use it as often. "Snappy" is harsh, sometimes rude.
"Make it snappy" = rude
"Make it fast" = can be rude. Also could just be in a hurry.
"I need that, fast!" = natural, not rude.
"I need that, snappy!" = unnatural, rude.
Fast can be from every emotion, and every level of formality. Snappy is either rude, or joking. Not used in formal situations.

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Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? snappy acceleration. 「めりはりのある加速」 in Japanese.
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