verb (used with object), scared, scaring.
to fill, especially suddenly, with fear or terror; frighten; alarm.
verb (used without object), scared, scaring.
to become frightened:
That horse scares easily.
a sudden fright or alarm, especially with little or no reason.
a time or condition of alarm or worry:
For three months there was a war scare.
scare up, Informal. to obtain with effort; find or gather:
to scare up money.
to fill or be filled with fear or alarm
(transitive; often foll by away or off) to drive (away) by frightening
(transitive) (US & Canadian, informal) (foll by up)
to produce (a meal) quickly from whatever is available
to manage to find (something) quickly or with difficulty: brewers need to scare up more sales
a sudden attack of fear or alarm
a period of general fear or alarm
causing (needless) fear or alarm: a scare story
noun 1. an object, usually a figure of a person in old clothes, set up to frighten crows or other birds away from crops. 2. anything frightening but not really dangerous. 3. a person in ragged clothes. 4. an extremely thin person. noun 1. an object, usually in the shape of a man, made out […]
noun, Chemistry. 1. scandium oxide. noun 1. ancient name of the S Scandinavian Peninsula.
- Scan design
electronics (Or “Scan-In, Scan-Out”) A electronic circuit design technique which aims to increase the controllability and observability of a digital logic circuit by incorporating special “scan registers” into the circuit so that they form a scan path. Some of the more common types of scan design include the multiplexed register designs and level-sensitive scan design […]
noun 1. (George Castriota) 1403?–68, Albanian chief and revolutionary leader. noun 1. original name George Castriota; Turkish name Iskender Bey. ?1403–68, Albanian patriot. He was an army commander for the sultan of Turkey until 1443, when he changed sides and drove the Turks from Albania