Scat



verb (used without object), scatted, scatting. Informal.
1.
to go off hastily (often used in the imperative).
verb (used without object), scatted, scatting.
1.
to sing by making full or partial use of the technique of scat singing.
noun
2.
scat singing.
noun
1.
the excrement of an animal.
noun, Slang.
1.
heroin.
noun
1.
(in the Shetland and Orkney Islands) a crown tax, as for use of common lands.
1.
variant of scato- before a vowel.
verb scats, scatting, scatted
1.
(intransitive; usually imperative) (informal) to go away in haste
noun
1.
a type of jazz singing characterized by improvised vocal sounds instead of words
verb scats, scatting, scatted
2.
(intransitive) to sing jazz in this way
noun
1.
any marine and freshwater percoid fish of the Asian family Scatophagidae, esp Scatophagus argus, which has a beautiful coloration
noun
1.
an animal dropping
scat 1
scat 2
SCAT
1.
School and College Ability Test
2.
special crimes action team
3.
supersonic commercial air transport

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