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1(of conversation)trozo masculinefragmento masculinewe have only been able to get snippets of information — solo hemos podido conseguir algunos datos aislados
- We want to show you a couple of quick snippets here and then get the panel's reaction.
- If anyone can shine a light on these mysterious snippets of nonsense I would be very happy to hear about it.
- Brief drama snippets and tiny factoids, that's all we get these days.
- Below are some of the snippets of conversation that caught my ear over the past four days.
- So it's hard to evaluate the investigation based on just the brief snippet that I saw reported.
- The official site is under reconstruction at the moment but there are a few snippets of information here.
- Every recipe is accompanied by a story from his childhood, or a snippet of background information gleaned from his training.
- I had indirectly picked up snippets of news during the two weeks.
- Strands of dialogue, snippets of plot and recurring images link the segments.
- All I can see at the moment are snippets, but I'm going to jot them down here before I forget.
- He's full of interesting snippets of information which bring the building to life.
- News reports come at us in brief snippets devoid of history or context that explain what they mean.
- This short piece includes snippets from the original series as well as clips from the film.
- If you've seen the trailer for the movie, then you've seen a brief snippet of this battle.
- We are only privy to snippets of information and media speculation, whereas he has all the factors to consider.
- From the little snippets he did give I have pieced together quite a bit of the story.
- I do however like shouting snippets of rap songs at people if I'm in the mood.
- I bear in mind the snippets of evidence that we have already got from you, that some managers are clearly appalling.
- If it's unclear who owns the rights to a book, only the snippets are displayed.
- The majority are brief snippets and additions to scenes that made the final cut.
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