a sudden rebound or recovery.
Football. snap ( def 34 ).

1885–90, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase snap back Unabridged
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snapback (ˈsnæpˌbæk)
a sudden rebound or change in direction

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Example sentences
The result could be a snapback leading to a onetime surge in economic growth.
Regrettably, there has been a snapback to its original and even worsened situation when it comes to human rights observance.
Also, snapback flame arrestors were replaced with lighter, cindered metal arrestors and the liquid traps were removed.
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