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

The meaning of "Snippet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy snippet?
A: A small piece, generally referring to video or audio.
Q: Co znaczy snippet?
A: It means a very short or small amount of something.

But it has to be a piece of something that is larger.

Snippets of a song.
Snippets of information on a big topic.
Snippets of cloth from a large piece.

A short TikTok video can be a snippet of a longer video.
Q: Co znaczy Here's a snippet: ?
A: Here's a snippet means: Here is a little bit of what I am going to show you.
snippet means: a little bit; preview.
Q: Co znaczy snippet?
A: Snippet means a little bit of something
Q: Co znaczy great little snippet?
A: A snippet is a piece of something like a movie, a book, or a speech. "A great little snippet" is just a phrase complementing a snippet.

Example sentences using "Snippet"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snippet .
A: The fans were disappointed to hear only a snippet of the song, they wanted to hear the whole thing.
The woman took the long ribbon and cut a short snippet of it to use for her craft.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snippet.
A: I only skim the newspapers for snippets of useful information.

I could only remember snippets from that book.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snippet.
A: "Here's a snippet of text from the newspaper"

Synonyms of "Snippet" and their differences

Q: Jaka jest różnica między I heard an interesting snippet on the radio this morning. i I love listening to snippet of conversation in restaurant. ?
A: A snippet means a little bit, an extract of something.

A snippet on the radio means you heard only a little part of the broadcast.

“Snippets of conversation” means you enjoy listening to parts of conversations from other tables in a restaurant.

Q: Jaka jest różnica między snippet i excerpt ?
A: 'Excerpt' is a much more formal word. 'Snippet' is almost playful. Excerpt also only refers to text, a snippet is more generic.

Other questions about "Snippet"

Q: This is the snippet out of text of native English speaker:

Question 1. My diet is "all over the place" - ???
Question 2. I been - is it correct? Maybe I've been?
Question 3. Averaging - is it a verb? what does it mean?
A: All over the place - wildly inconsistent
Yes it should be "I have been"
"averaging 2-3 cookies a day " means "the average amount of cookies I've been eating a day is 2-3". We do use it as a verb these days.
Q: -There’s just a snippet
-Yeah 😢 I need it fully
Does it sound natural?
A: Maybe you can say,
“That was just a snippet”
“Yeah 😢 I need more of it”
Q: The snippet from the TV show:
"How'd I skip that part?
That's the juicy part."
What does "juicy" means in that context?
A: a scene that contains special content

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