English Language Lessons

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Idiom of the week – a Snap judgment

Posted by englishlessons on May 6, 2013

Definition:

a hurried decision

Examples:

He’s an impetuous person; he frequently makes snap judgments and then regrets them later.

Don’t make a snap judgment; think it over carefully before you decide.

Picture it:

Picture snapping your fingers; it takes less than a second. A snap judgment is a decision made too quickly.

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