scout

  • 41scout — (Voz inglesa.) ► sustantivo masculino femenino Miembro del movimiento juvenil cuyo fin es la formación de la persona por medio de actividades al aire libre. IRREG. plural scouts SINÓNIMO [boy scout] * * * scout (ingl.; pronunc. [escáut]; pl.… …

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  • 42scout — 1. noun 1) scouts reported the enemy s position Syn: lookout, outrider, advance guard, vanguard; spy 2) a lengthy scout around the area Syn: reconnaissance, reconnoiter; exploration, search, expedition; informal recon …

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  • 43scout — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. spy, observer, spotter, outrider, reconnoiterer, forerunner. See precedence, inquiry. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [One who gathers information] Syn. explorer, pioneer, outpost, runner, advance guard,… …

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  • 44scout — boy scout → escultismo, 2. girl scout → escultismo, 2. scout, ⊕ scoutismo …

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  • 45scout — {{11}}scout (v1.) c.1300, from O.Fr. escouter to listen, heed (Mod.Fr. écouter), from L. auscultare to listen to, give heed to. Related: Scouted; scouting. Noun meaning person who scouts first attested 1550s. Boy Scout is from 1908. {{12}}scout… …

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  • 46scout — {{#}}{{LM S35152}}{{〓}} {{[}}scout{{]}} {{■}}(ing.){{□}} {{《}}▍ adj.inv.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Del escultismo o relacionado con este movimiento juvenil. {{《}}▍ adj.inv./s.com.{{》}} {{<}}2{{>}} Que es miembro de este movimiento. {{★}}{{\}}PRONUNCIACIÓN …

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  • 47scout —    In Scottish literature this word appears in various spellings, often as ‘scoot’, and is a term of contempt for a man or woman. Its origin is obscure, whereas the friendly ‘old scout’, which occurs between men in novels such as The Hiding Place …

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  • 48scout — noun Scout is used before these nouns: ↑camp Scout is used after these nouns: ↑talent …

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  • 49scout — boy scout scout …

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  • 50scout — {{hw}}{{scout}}{{/hw}}A s. m.  e f. inv.  (pl.  ingl. scouts   ) Boy scout. B  in funzione di agg. inv.  ( posposto a un s. ) Che si riferisce ai boy scout: raduno –s …

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  • 51scout — [14] Etymologically, a scout is someone who ‘listens’. For the word goes back ultimately to Latin auscultāre ‘listen’, a derivative of the same base that produced Latin auris ‘ear’ (source of English aural [19] and distantly related to English… …

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  • 52Scout — Scouts 1) N PROPER COLL: the N The Scouts is an organization for children and young people which teaches them to be practical, sensible, and helpful. 2) N COUNT A Scout is a member of the Scouts. ...a party of seven Scouts and three leaders on a… …

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  • 53scout — 1. noun 1) scouts reported that the Romans were advancing Syn: lookout, outrider, spy 2) a lengthy scout round the area Syn: reconnaissance, reconnoitre, survey, exploration, search; informal recce; Brit …

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  • 54scout — [14] Etymologically, a scout is someone who ‘listens’. For the word goes back ultimately to Latin auscultāre ‘listen’, a derivative of the same base that produced Latin auris ‘ear’ (source of English aural [19] and distantly related to English… …

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  • 55scout — See: GOOD EGG or GOOD SCOUT …

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  • 56scout — See: GOOD EGG or GOOD SCOUT …

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  • 57scout — Gyp Gyp (j[i^]p), n. [Said to be a sportive application of Gr. gy ps a vulture.] A college servant; so called in Cambridge, England; at Oxford called a {scout}. [Cant] [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 58scout — Synonyms and related words: Argus, CIA man, Charley, abhor, abjure, advance guard, airhead, airplane spotter, ancestor, announcer, antecedent, avant garde, barrack, battle line, be vigilant, be watchful, beachhead, bellwether, bridgehead, brush… …

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  • 59scout — See: good egg or good scout …

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  • 60SCOUT — Acronym for Shared Currency Option Under Tender: a currency option especially designed for companies who are tendering for the same overseas job in a foreign currency. To save each of them having to hedge the currency risk separately, SCOUT… …

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