scat

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Caz müziğinde şarkı söylerken belirli anlamı olmayan tek bir hece ya da sesi, bir çalgıya benzetirmişçesine seslendirmek
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Heroin
To sing an improvised melodic solo using nonsense syllables, often onomatopoeic or imitative of musical instruments
Coprophilia

In short, when venturing into the realm of extreme fetish, ensure you have an extreme understanding of a partner’s boundaries before laying down a plastic tarp for scat play.

To leave quickly (often used in the imperative)

Here comes the principal; we'd better scat.

An imperative demand, often understood by speaker and listener as impertinent

Scat! Go on! Get out of here!.

Animal excrement; dung
Whiskey
Scat singing
A shower of rain
To sing an improvised melodic solo using nonsense syllables, often imitative of other musical instruments
Improvised vocals using nonsense syllables
a coarse particle of rock discharged from the milling process which is often crushed and recycled through the mill
Scat is a type of jazz singing in which the singer sings sounds rather than complete words. To go away hastily; leave at once. To sing scat. Excrement, especially of an animal; dung. a style of jazz singing, in which the singer sings sounds rather than words (Perhaps from the sound.)
To sing words on nonsense syllables, used in jazz Also called scatting or scat singing
Go away; begone; away; chiefly used in driving off a cat
{f} run away, go away quickly (Informal)
(more commonly 'skat') rental payments made to the crown or crown's representative for land held under Udal title
Tribute
singing jazz; the singer substitutes nonsense syllables for the words of the song and tries to sound like a musical instrument
scat singing
The act of vocalizing, using nonsense syllables or sounds (e.g. "dool-yuh doot-n dwee-dah") to create an improvised melodic solo, often imitative of other musical instruments
scat singing
{i} singing in which the singer replaces improvised gibberish syllables for the words of a song and attempts to sound like a musical instrument (in Jazz singing)
scats
third-person singular of scat
scatted
present participle of scat
scatting
third-person singular of scat
scat
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