Meaning of SNR
What Does SNR Mean?SNR means "Streaks and Recents". It is used on Snapchat. A person's SNR is a list of the people they have recently chatted with and the people they are currently in a "Streak" with. For example:
- Person A: I sent that picture of you to my SNR.
- Person B: What! That was between us.
- Person A: Welcome to social media.
A "Streak" is shown by the fire icon on Snapchat. (The number by the fire icon tells you how many days the "Streak" has been running.) When someone in a "Streak" doesn't send a post for a while and the "Streak" is at risk of coming to an end, an hour-glass icon appears to encourage the participants to keep it going.
In the field of telecommunications, SNR means "Signal to Noise Ratio".
Summary of Key Points
Definition for SNRSNR means "Streaks and Recents". This is the most common definition for SNR on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about SNR:
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Adults and Teenagers
An Image for SNRWhen I write SNR, I mean this:
SNR means "Streaks and Recents".
Examples of SNR in SentencesHere are examples of SNR being used in conversations:
- Person A: Did you send my SELFIE to your SNR?
- Person B: Sure did. Is that okay?
- Person A: Er, no.
- Person A: Who shall I send your post to?
- Person B: Your SNR of course, you Snapchat NEWBIE.
- Person A: Yeah, that should be "whom" by the way.
An Academic Look at SNRSNR is an initialism abbreviation because it is pronounced using its individual letters.
What Did We Used To Say?Before the digital era, we might have said something like "everyone you're currently in contact with" instead of SNR.
A Text with SNR
Using SNR on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)