واش, أنفوشى, نم, اختلس, أخذ خلسة
- واشsnitchedيخبر عنهالوشاية
Noun(1) someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police
Verb(1) take by theft(2) give away information about somebody
(1) By the time he reaches Seville in 1976, he has learned the rules - don't fight, don't snitch , don't cry - and when the bullies circle for their first strike, he takes the initiative and joins them.(2) But if you snitch on the others, you go free while everyone else gets 20 years.(3) I didn't get caught nor did anyone snitch on me but shortly after the fight ended my boyfriend called me.(4) they thought he was a plant or a snitch(5) But the gist of the film is the meeting of the criminals and their interaction to identify the snitch .(6) You can track their movements via the mobile phone system, remotely monitor their presence in school, even learn when your teenager is driving too fast, thanks to a satellite-linked service that will snitch on him or her by e-mail.(7) Fights and chases erupt when personal penguin space is invaded or when young marauders snitch a few prized pebbles to start building nests of their own.(8) He might be a snitch , but he prided himself on providing good information to those who needed and would pay for it.(9) The cook made them this morning, and I took the opportunity to snitch a few.(10) Well, being a snitch or an informant does not make you martyr or mean that you are really copping out.(11) Isn't it true that the worst thing you can do as a member of a street gang is be a snitch ?(12) The laws, for instance, require doctors who witness injuries consistent with child sex abuse to call authorities; and social workers are obligated to snitch if they confront someone clearly about to physically harm another.(13) Well, I don't usually like to snitch , but he was coming onto me and I was a little uncomfortable.(14) After all, these nightly visitors aren't there to snitch snapdragons or pilfer peas.(15) And please, do not just snitch a taste from my plate haphazardly, or you may very well have eaten my Last Bite.(16) You're okay for now, but I'll see if I can snitch a few things for you later.
2. stoolie ::
3. stool pigeon ::
5. sneak ::
6. fink ::
7. canary ::
8. sneaker ::
10. hook ::
11. glom ::
12. thieve ::
13. knock off ::
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