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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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snappersnap‧per /ˈsnæpə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  HBFa type of fish that lives in warm seas, often used as food
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snapperThere are lots of other restaurants to choose from offering grilled prawns and snapper, tuna and lobster.Kids bring out the natural father in me and I get a crinkly mouth every time I look at an ankle snapper.Trey Junkin, the Raiders' long snapper and special-teams player extraordinaire, was ejected in the second quarter.Nice try, but we like the pic our snapper took of you much better.Chrissie passed Bodie a polythene snapper bag, then left the room again.I made her favorite red snapper with tomato sauce.Which, it should not surprise us, catalog not a few snapshots of red snappers.She would be that red snapper.
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