snag n. in firefighting, a standing dead or burned tree. Etymological Note: This is directly related to two older senses: ‘a branch stump on a trunk’ and ‘a dead tree or branch, in the bottom of a body of water, that interferes with navigation or recreation.’ (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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