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LampPro Tip 1/2
Unexpected ProblemsPlay
Use 'snag' when plans change due to sudden issues, not gradual problems. SlideOur road trip hit a snag when the car broke down.
LampPro Tip 2/2
Minor SetbackPlay
'Snag' often implies a problem that can be overcome with effort, not a complete failure. SlideThere's a snag in our schedule, but we'll still meet the deadline.