scoot

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İngilizce - İngilizce
a scooter

I got a new scoot yesterday. It's a Gamma.

(Can we clean up() this sense?) To walk fast; to go quickly; to run away hastily

They scooted over to the window.

To ride on a scooter
A dollar
(aka SKIP) (NTA) Slide of the weighted foot (or feet) forward, backward or sideways (ME) A hitch with movement of the weighted foot
aka SKIP: Slide of the weighted foot (or feet) forward, backward or sideways Or a hitch with movement of the weighted foot
zaum swb; pw nkag
To walk fast; to go quickly; to run away hastily
To walk fast; to go quickly; to run hastily away
run or move very quickly or hastily; "She dashed into the yard"
Two-runner sled, without tongue or shafts, used to haul logs or bolts from the woods (22)
{f} dart, move swiftly, dash
squirt
Train that operates as a shuttle with as many cars as two engines can haul
Split Cycle Offset Optimisation Technique
If you scoot somewhere, you go there very quickly. Sam said, `I'm going to hide,' and scooted up the stairs. = rush
A slide of the weighted foot froward or backward or one side or the other(See Flea Hop) May also be done with weight on both feet
{i} quick dashing movement, dart (Slang)
Scooting is the practice of passing chips to another player after winning a pot Typically, scooting partners will agree to "scoot" each other a predetermined number of chips after winning each pot This is at least technically illegal at most table stakes games, but single chips can often be scooted anyway
scoot over
To move one's sitting self or seat aside, so the other person has more space

Please scoot over a little so I can sit down.

scooted
past of scoot
scooting
present participle of scoot
scoots
third-person singular of scoot
scoots
plural of , scoot
scoot