verb (used with object), sna·fued, sna·fu·ing.Rare.
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The reasons include confusion about how the complex program works, IRS missteps, technical snafus and Treasury Department policy decisions that cut out large groups of people altogether.Millions Still Haven’t Gotten Stimulus Checks, Including Many Who Need Them Most|by Lydia DePillis|October 30, 2020|ProPublica
Zuckerberg went AWOL from the opening statements because of a technical snafu that ended up delaying the hearing for a few minutes while the CEO tried to fix the problem.4 key moments from the Senate’s showdown with Big Tech CEOs|Danielle Abril|October 28, 2020|Fortune
It’s unclear, though, what caused the Apple live-stream snafu and whether or not it was deliberate.Apple’s 5G iPhone debut didn’t go as planned in the world’s biggest 5G market|Grady McGregor|October 14, 2020|Fortune
In summary, it seems like states are getting better at avoiding election snafus — and hopefully this means they will be minimal in November.We’ve Had 56 Statewide Elections During The Pandemic. Here’s What We Learned From Them.|Nathaniel Rakich (email@example.com)|October 1, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
That means extra work for Stadia developers who have to port their existing games to Stadia's environment, which can sometimes lead to apparent graphical snafus.Amazon Luna servers will run Windows games directly on Nvidia T4 GPUs|Kyle Orland|September 25, 2020|Ars Technica
SNAFU—“situation normal: all f--ked up,” as soldiers used to say—was the default position for American policy.
So is this snafu an image problem, or is the real problem the reality behind the curtain—a curtain that needed to be pulled back?
And you know what snafu stands for: Situation Normal, All Fucked Up.
"We're not giving her a chance to snafu the works," Gotch said grimly.
Everything was in apple-pie order, except for the snafu in Arzachel, Crag thought bitterly.