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snap-on

[ snap-on, -awn ]
/ ˈsnæpˌɒn, -ˌɔn /
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adjective

attached or fitting into place by means of a snap or with a pressing motion: snap-on bottle tops.

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Origin of snap-on

First recorded in 1920–25; adj. use of verb phrase snap on
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