Slapshot vs Snapshot - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between slapshot and snapshot
is that slapshot
is (ice hockey) while snapshot
is a photograph, especially one taken quickly or in a moment of opportunity.
As a verb snapshot is
to take a snapshot of.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A photograph, especially one taken quickly or in a moment of opportunity.
A glimpse of something; a portrayal of something at a moment in time.
- He carried a snapshot of his daughter.
(computing) A file or set of files captured at a particular time, capable of being reloaded to restore the earlier state.
- The article offered a snapshot of life in that region.
(soccer) A quick, unplanned or unexpected shot.
- This game is so hard that I find myself taking a snapshot every few seconds in case I get killed.
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To take a snapshot of.
* 1904 , David T Hanbury, Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada
* 2007 , David E. Irwin, An Operating System Architecture for Networked Server Infrastructure (page 30)
- As he did not appear disposed to move off, I took my camera and approached within about thirty yards, when I snapshotted him.
- Filer appliances also offer programmatic snapshotting and cloning at the block-level or file system-level.