Old English Synonyms
a difficulty or problem, typically a minor one
(noun) a thin sharp splinter of wood or other material that has broken off from a main piece; (verb) to catch or become caught on a snag; (verb) to cause a snag in something
We hit a snag when we realized we didn’t have enough money to buy the car.
I’m sure there’s a way to work around this snag.
If we can get past this snag, the project will be a success.
There’s a snag in my plan to get rich quick.
I hit a snag in my knitting.