a small piece snipped off; a small bit, scrap, or fragment: an anthology of snippets.
Informal. a small or insignificant person.
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How to use snippet in a sentence
They are responsible for the title and snippet that users see on the search result page.Content marketing fails: How to analyze and improve | Michael Doer | August 27, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
Getting more exposure to your web site from Google search by enhancing your snippets can lead to more traffic to your web pages.Google rich results test tool adds support for article structured data | Barry Schwartz | August 10, 2020 | Search Engine Land
That’s because most common gene sequencing technologies create short snippets of DNA that then have to be stitched together.For the First Time, Scientists Fully Sequenced the Human X Chromosome | Edd Gent | July 20, 2020 | Singularity Hub
You can add your code snippet here, or the page URL and the testing tool will let you know if you’ve done it correctly or not.
Featured snippets appear for just about every question that is searched on Google.10 Advanced SEO tactics to drive more traffic to your website | Christian Carere | June 8, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
However the clip that appeared online was a very short snippet, recorded in between mixes.
Look again at the snippet of Anne Frank film while holding in mind a backdrop of recent events.
But as that Observer snippet suggests, much of it isn't hypocrisy.
The clip showed a snippet of Armstrong's victory speech in Paris, the seventh and final of his Tour de France wins.
A video snippet of Liu during a middle-school English language class “is the hottest thing on the Internet,” notes Chen.China’s First Female Astronaut, Liu Yang, Ready to Blast Off | Melinda Liu | June 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
She would have taken for granted that the pair wished to be alone together, though she would have regarded this only as a snippet.The Tragic Muse | Henry James
"Cutest bird I ever seed 'cept the flicker," pronounced snippet, whose straw-colored hair stood out like a halo.Sigurd Our Golden Collie and Other Comrades of the Road | Katharine Lee Bates
He felt that it was just like this little Yocum snippet to assume such a thing, and it made him sicker than ever to look at her.Ramsey Milholland | Booth Tarkington
Mischief, when his legs can trip it When his arms are pliant still Is so lovable a snippet That he's sure of your good will!Such is Life | Frank Wedekind
Its long legs and its apology for a tail recall the sandpiper, but there is nothing else snippet-like about it.Jungle Folk | Douglas Dewar
British Dictionary definitions for snippet
a small scrap or fragment
- snippetiness, noun
- snippety, adjective
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