verb (used without object), scrammed, scramming. Informal.
to go away; get out (usually used as a command):
I said I was busy, so scram.
the rapid shutdown of a nuclear reactor in an emergency.
verb (used with object)
to shut down (a nuclear reactor) rapidly in an emergency.
verb scrams, scramming, scrammed
(intransitive; often imperative) (informal) to go away hastily; get out
an emergency shutdown of a nuclear reactor
(of a nuclear reactor) to shut down or be shut down in an emergency
noun 1. a single-edged knife or sword used by the Anglo-Saxons.
verb 1. (transitive) (Brit, dialect) to scratch with nails or claws
verb (used without object), scrambled, scrambling. 1. to climb or move quickly using one’s hands and feet, as down a rough incline. 2. to compete or struggle with others for possession or gain: The children scrambled for the coins we tossed. 3. to move hastily and with urgency: She scrambled into her coat and ran […]
plural noun 1. eggs cooked in a pan while stirring, usually after the whites and yolks have been mixed together, sometimes with milk. 2. Military Slang. military gold braid, especially that decorating the brim of an officer’s hat. scrambled eggs