- 1. v.1) To eat messily, noisily, and quickly; also, to have food come out of one's facial orifices.
I snarfed my lunch because I only had ten minutes to eat.2) To consume totally and in secret.
Hey, Chris shouted, who snarfed all the biscuits?2. n.1) an unlikeable, ugly, or unappealing person2) A unit of measurement, roughly equal to 1/16th of an inch (approx. 1.6mm)Can be divided into an arf (one-half snarf, 1/32nd inch) and an rf (one-quarter snarf, 1/64th).
Hey Bobby! This piece of wood you cut is too long. Take a snarf more off, would ya?3) Drinking and then spraying liquid out your nose.
Hahaha! You flat out snarfed that Sprite. Want a tissue?4) getting a great item at a low price at an antique auction
I really snarffed up that item fast
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Snarf — or SNARF can refer to:* A character in the cartoon ThunderCats who constantly says the word, Snarf at the end of a phrase. * Snarf, a character from the animated television series Trollz . * The main character from SnarfQuest , a comic that ran… … Wikipedia
snarf — [snärf] vt. Slang to eat or ingest very quickly: often with down or up * * * snarf (snärf) tr.v. Slang snarfed, snarf·ing, snarfs To eat or drink rapidly or eagerly; devour … Universalium
snarf — [sna:f US sna:rf] v also snarf down [T] AmE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Probably from the sound] to eat something quickly, especially in an untidy or noisy way ▪ workers snarfing lunch at their desks … Dictionary of contemporary English
snarf — [snärf] vt. Slang to eat or ingest very quickly: often with down or up … English World dictionary
snarf — to take, grab, by 1989. Related: Snarfed; snarfing … Etymology dictionary
snarf — verb a) To eat or consume greedily. , He snarfed a whole bag of chips in a couple of minutes! b) To take something by dubious means, but without the connotations of stealing; to take something without regard to etiquette. Freed from the usual… … Wiktionary
snarf — verb make off with belongings of others • Syn: ↑pilfer, ↑cabbage, ↑purloin, ↑pinch, ↑abstract, ↑swipe, ↑hook, ↑sneak, ↑filch, ↑nobble, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
snarf — transitive verb Etymology: perhaps blend of 2snack and 5scarf Date: 1965 scoff III,1 < snarfed down some pizza > … New Collegiate Dictionary
Snarf — (v.) (computers) download a big file without gaining permission first … Dictionary of Australian slang
snarf — Australian Slang v (computers) download a big file without gaining permission first … English dialects glossary