shox-shabbalardan tozalamoq, xalal bermoq, qiyinchilik tug'dirmoq, ushlab olmoq, tutib olmoq, ilinmoq, ilinib qolmoq, ilashib qolmoqsuvga botgan daraxt, to'nka, cho'kindi yog'och, ishkallik, chatoqlik, qiyinchilik, g'ov, to'siq
Noun(1) a sharp protuberance(2) a dead tree that is still standing, usually in an undisturbed forest(3) an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart(4) an unforeseen obstacle
Verb(1) catch on a snag(2) get by acting quickly and smartly(3) hew jaggedly
(1) However the Government's plans to address the problem have hit a snag , with the newly appointed coordinator quitting before his job has even begun.(2) Eventually, I spotted a bird perched atop a snag far below me.(3) Stars' glorious start to the season has hit a slight snag lately with a couple of draws, while their closest rival, Ballina, continues to string together victories.(4) The Martha Stewart trial hit a snag when defense lawyers and prosecutors withheld a key document from them.(5) Unfortunately, this morning the plan hit a snag when none of them actually turned up.(6) But there was a snag - there was no natural harbour, and Carrington surmised that building one would be at considerable expense.(7) When he was discharged in 1946, he began arranging for Harry James, but his career hit a snag when bebop, an intellectual genre that he rebuffed, became the rage.(8) Transfer of the Garden City Lands to Richmond hit a snag last week after the Musqueam First Nation received a temporary court injunction preventing the move.(9) By rounding off all sharp edges, the gun does not snag when drawn or holstered.(10) Plans to scrap a toxic ├ö├ç├┐ghost fleet├ö├ç├û of former United States Navy ships in Britain hit a snag yesterday when it emerged that new planning permission might be needed.(11) there's one small snag(12) Here's where I hit my first snag - The lid of the dumpster had been chained shut!(13) When I raised my binoculars to a snag , or jagged top, of a broken, burned-out tree, I found myself locked in a gaze with a female on her nest.(14) Though originally slated in Vancouver's bid book as the site for the project, the university hit a snag early on in its plans to secure enough cash to cover its portion of the capital costs.(15) Plans for a massive renovation of Hong Kong's ageing public housing estates have hit a snag with most tenants at one estate staunchly opposed to the idea.(16) The only snag was my season ticket wasn't valid on their network.
(1) hit a snag :: a SNAG bosing
1. complication ::
2. sharp projection ::
3. tear ::
4. rip ::
joyi jannatda bo'lsin
5. hang-up ::
6. tear ::
7. catch ::
Different Formssnag, snags
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