scavenge

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to remove unwanted material from something, especially to purify molten metal by removing impurities
to feed on carrion or refuse
to collect and remove refuse, or to search through refuse for useful material
to expel the exhaust gases from the cylinder of an internal combustion engine, and draw in air for the next cycle
remove unwanted substances from feed on carrion or refuse; "hyenas scavenge" clean refuse from; "Scavenge a street
clean refuse from; "Scavenge a street
remove unwanted substances from
If people or animals scavenge for things, they collect them by searching among waste or unwanted objects. Many are orphans, their parents killed as they scavenged for food Children scavenge through garbage Cruz had to scavenge information from newspapers and journals. + scavenger scavengers scav·en·ger scavengers such as rats
{f} clean up, cleanse; search through garbage for food; remove impurities; salvage a useful item from the garbage
To remove (burned gases) from the cylinder after a working stroke
collect discarded or refused material; "She scavenged the garbage cans for food"
To remove the burned gases from the cylinder after a working stroke; as, this engine does not scavenge well
feed on carrion or refuse; "hyenas scavenge"
clean refuse from; "Scavenge a street"
To cleanse, as streets, from filth
remove unwanted substances from feed on carrion or refuse; "hyenas scavenge"
scavenged
past of scavenge
scavenged
{s} cleansed, washed; cleansed of impurities; salvaged from the garbage
scavenges
third-person singular of scavenge
scavenging
searching for and salvaging anything useful from discarded material; "scavenging larvae
scavenging
Action of periodically scanning dynamic updates to the DNS server for stale resource records and purging these records
scavenging
{s} looking for and rescuing anything useful from disposed material; looking for and feeding on decaying matter
scavenging
searching for and salvaging anything useful from discarded material; "scavenging larvae"
scavenging
present participle of scavenge
scavenging
Searching the the remnants and residue of an object, such as a Swap File, in order to obtain unauthorized information
scavenging
Searching through object residue (file storage space) to acquire unauthorized data
scavenging
{i} looking for and rescuing useful item from the garbage; looking for and feeding on decaying flesh (of animals or birds)
scavenging
The selective removal of material from the radioactive cloud from a nuclear explosion by inert substances, such as earth or water, introduced into the fireball The term is also applied to the process of removal of fallout particles from the atmosphere by precipitation See Rainout, Snowout, Washout
scavenging
searching for and feeding on decaying matter; "scavenging hyenas and vultures"
scavenging
in the printing of solder paste through etched metal masks, this occurs where the flexible squeegee blade presses down into the open stencil cavity, with the result of scraping solder paste out of the stencil rather than depositing the desired thickness onto the substrate
scavenging
Act or process of expelling the exhaust gases from the cylinder by some special means, as, in many four-cycle engines, by utilizing the momentum of the exhaust gases in a long exhaust pipe
scavenging
searching for and feeding on decaying matter; "scavenging hyenas and vultures" searching for and salvaging anything useful from discarded material; "scavenging larvae
scavenge

    Расстановка переносов

    scav·enge

    Турецкое произношение

    skävınc

    Произношение

    /ˈskavənʤ/ /ˈskævənʤ/

    Этимология

    [ 'ska-v&nj, -vinj ] (verb.) circa 1644. back-formation from scavenger.

    Времена

    scavenges, scavenging, scavenged

    Слово дня

    chaperon
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