- 1[intransitive] when it snows, snow falls from the sky It's been snowing heavily all day. It snowed for three days without stopping.
- 2 [transitive] snow somebody (informal) to impress someone a lot by the things you say, especially if these are not true or not sincere He really snowed me with all his talk of buying a Porsche. Idioms
NAmE//snoʊ//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they snow
he / she / it snows
past simple snowed
-ing form snowing
to be unable to leave a place because of heavy snow We were snowed in for two days.
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to have more things, especially work, than you feel able to deal with I'd love to come but I'm completely snowed under at the moment.
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