verb (used with or without object), Scot.
to scratch, scrape, mark, or scar.
to scratch or scrape
a scratch or scrape
a stroke of a pen
a small amount; scraping
a 21-pin plug-and-socket system which carries picture, sound, and other signals, used especially in home entertainment systems
(as modifier): a Scart cable
noun 1. connective tissue that has contracted and become dense and fibrous. scar tissue n. Dense, fibrous connective tissue that forms over a healed wound or cut.
noun 1. a plural of scarf1 . noun, plural scarfs, scarves [skahrvz] /skɑrvz/ (Show IPA) 1. a long, broad strip of wool, silk, lace, or other material worn about the neck, shoulders, or head, for ornament or protection against cold, drafts, etc.; muffler. 2. a necktie or cravat with hanging ends. 3. a long cover […]
adjective, scarier, scariest. 1. causing fright or alarm. 2. easily frightened; timid. adjective (informal) scarier, scariest 1. causing fear or alarm; frightening 2. easily roused to fear; timid scary
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. […]
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