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Scramb definition and meaning – English – Collins Dictionary

scramb in British English
or scram (skræm)
verb(transitive) British dialect
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Word originfrom Dutch schrammen
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Scramb Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

Scramb Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

Top Definitions Quiz verb(tr) British dialect to scratch with nails or clawsQUIZARE YOU A TRUE BLUE CHAMPION OF THESE “BLUE” SYNONYMS? We could talk until we’re blue in the face about this quiz on words for the color “blue, ” but we think you should take the quiz and find out if you’re a whiz at these colorful terms. Question 1 of 8Which of the following words describes “sky blue”? Word Origin for scrambfrom Dutch schrammenWords nearby scrambscrag, scraggly, scraggy, scram, scramasax, scramb, scramble, scrambled egg, scrambled eggs, scrambler, scramjetCollins English Dictionary – Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Scramb - The Free Dictionary

Scramb – The Free Dictionary

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scramb (skræm) or scramvb (tr) dialect Brit to scratch with nails or claws[from Dutch schrammen]Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014scrambPast participle: scrambedGerund: scrambingImperativescrambscrambPresentI scrambyou scrambhe/she/it scrambswe scrambyou scrambthey scrambPreteriteI scrambedyou scrambedhe/she/it scrambedwe scrambedyou scrambedthey scrambedPresent ContinuousI am scrambingyou are scrambinghe/she/it is scrambingwe are scrambingyou are scrambingthey are scrambingPresent PerfectI have scrambedyou have scrambedhe/she/it has scrambedwe have scrambedyou have scrambedthey have scrambedPast ContinuousI was scrambingyou were scrambinghe/she/it was scrambingwe were scrambingyou were scrambingthey were scrambingPast PerfectI had scrambedyou had scrambedhe/she/it had scrambedwe had scrambedyou had scrambedthey had scrambedFutureI will scrambyou will scrambhe/she/it will scrambwe will scrambyou will scrambthey will scrambFuture PerfectI will have scrambedyou will have scrambedhe/she/it will have scrambedwe will have scrambedyou will have scrambedthey will have scrambedFuture ContinuousI will be scrambingyou will be scrambinghe/she/it will be scrambingwe will be scrambingyou will be scrambingthey will be scrambingPresent Perfect ContinuousI have been scrambingyou have been scrambinghe/she/it has been scrambingwe have been scrambingyou have been scrambingthey have been scrambingFuture Perfect ContinuousI will have been scrambingyou will have been scrambinghe/she/it will have been scrambingwe will have been scrambingyou will have been scrambingthey will have been scrambingPast Perfect ContinuousI had been scrambingyou had been scrambinghe/she/it had been scrambingwe had been scrambingyou had been scrambingthey had been scrambingConditionalI would scrambyou would scrambhe/she/it would scrambwe would scrambyou would scrambthey would scrambPast ConditionalI would have scrambedyou would have scrambedhe/she/it would have scrambedwe would have scrambedyou would have scrambedthey would have scrambedCollins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011

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