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

The meaning of "Snitch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy snitch get stitch?
A: If you tell someone about someone doing something they shouldn’t be doing, you’re gonna get hurt
Q: Co znaczy I hate snitches?
A: “snitch” is an informal word for ‘informer’ (裏切り者).

Q: Co znaczy snitch?
A: @KingWangZzang yes, it is a verb to do that action, telling someone about something someone else did.

She snitched on her brother.
She is a snitch.
Q: Co znaczy snitches get stitches?
A: A snitch is someone who publicly gives personal information of other people without their consent.
The phrase "snitches get stitches" implies that anyone who is a snitch would get physically beaten up.
Q: Co znaczy snitch?
A: Someone who tells the authorities of a unlawful deed.

It is a negative meaning most often heard connecting to mob activity or crime gangs.

Example sentences using "Snitch"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snitch.
A: John is a snitch. He told the cops where our hideout is.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snitching.
A: Nobody likes a snitch, so make sure you keep your mouth shut.
I could have gotten away with the crime if you hadn't snitched on me.
My sister snitched a piece of pie while our mother wasn't looking.(colloquial).
There is a risk that you can be called a tattle-tail or snitch because you told your teacher or principal.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snitch.
A: The definition of a snitch is slang for tattletale
-Sarah snitched on Lucy when she snuck out of the house

- you snitch!! You told on me!!
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snitch.
A: A: I'm going to tell the teacher you cheated in the test.
B: don't snitch

Synonyms of "Snitch" and their differences

Q: Jaka jest różnica między snitch i whistleblower ?
A: in my opinion:

snitch is more of a negative term implying someone was betraying someone or something.

whistleblower has more positive connotations implying that someone is exposing something bad.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snitch i rat out ?
A: none, a snitch and a rat are the same thing when referring to a person (usually a criminal). they are people who give sensitive information about their friends or their organization (usually to the police).
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snitch i informant ?
A: A "Snitch" is someone who is seen as betraying his group by revealing information. An "Informant" is hired and his job is to find out information, so he is seen as simply doing his job by revealing information (not betraying anyone).
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snitch i snatch ?
A: snitch means to tell on someone and snatch means to take something
"He snitched on the girl for hitting someone."
"She snatched his hat and didn't return it."

Translations of "Snitch"

Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? "we have a snitch within the team" - meaning that there's a person taking internal team matters outside. Does is sound natural? How could I frame it better?
A: It sounds natural, I’ve personally heard people say “on the team” instead of “within the team” but both work

Other questions about "Snitch"

Q: I'm not going to tell on you.
I'm not going to snitch.
I'm not going to rat you out.

In what order do you hear often? (1. tell on 2.snitch 3. rat out)
Do they have different meanings?
A: All are almost identical in meaning, but:

1. "I'm not going to tell on you"
The most common, plain phrasing.

2. "I'm not going to snitch."
Slightly less, but still very common. Is more casual.

3. "I'm not going to rat you out."
Least common. May imply a more serious crime than "tell on" or "snitch".

As for me, "tell on" would sound better in almost every situation.
Q: does (snitch) mean (spy)?
A: As nouns, the difference between spy and snitch is that spy is a person who secretly watches and examines the actions of other individuals or organizations and gathers information on them (usually to gain an advantage) while snitch is a thief.
As verbs, the difference between spy and snitch is that spy is to act as a spy while snitch is to steal, quickly and quietly.
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? they are selling it very cheap. you should snitch that flash sale!
A: The first part is fine. But we don't usually say "flash sale", its just "sale". And snitch sounds like maybe you ment "snatch"= to grab.
You could also try:
"You should get that while it is on sale! They are selling it very cheap."

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