Scata



SCATA
Society for Computing and Technology in Anaesthesia

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    noun, Football. 1. a fast and agile running back, often small in stature, skilled at eluding tacklers. scatback

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    scatemia sca·te·mi·a (skā-tē’mē-ə) n. Toxemia resulting from the absorption of toxins in the intestines.



  • Scathe

    verb (used with object), scathed, scathing. 1. to attack with severe criticism. 2. to hurt, harm, or injure, as by scorching. noun 3. hurt, harm, or injury. verb (transitive) 1. (rare) to attack with severe criticism 2. (archaic or dialect) to injure noun 3. (archaic or dialect) harm

  • Scatheless

    verb (used with object), scathed, scathing. 1. to attack with severe criticism. 2. to hurt, harm, or injure, as by scorching. noun 3. hurt, harm, or injury. verb (transitive) 1. (rare) to attack with severe criticism 2. (archaic or dialect) to injure noun 3. (archaic or dialect) harm



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