slug it out
They slugged it out for hours but never came to an agreement.
smack of +
The government’s decision smacks of hypocrisy.
smash * down +
The police smashed the door down to get into the house.
smash * in +
He smashed the windscreen in.
smash * up +
The burglars smashed up the office as there was no money to steal.
snap * off +
He snapped off a bit of chocolate from the bar and gave it to me.
snap out of it
I was feeling depressed and knew I had to snap out of it.
snap to it
He had taken ages so I told him to snap to it and get it finished.
snap * up +
Collectors snapped up every copy the day it was released.
snarl * up +
My line was all snarled up after I caught that last fish.