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schnapper

[shnap-er, snap-] /ˈʃnæp ər, ˈsnæp-/
noun
1.
a food fish, Pagrosomus auratus, occurring in large numbers off the shores of Australia and New Zealand.
Origin of schnapper
1820-1830
1820-30; variant of snapper; sch < German
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schnapper

/ˈʃnæpə/
noun
1.
a variant of snapper (sense 1), snapper (sense 2)
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