Bedeutung von “scatter” — Learner’s Dictionary

scatter

verb us uk /ˈskætər/
THROW [ T ]

to throw objects over an area so that they land apart from each other:

He scattered some flower seeds in the garden.
MOVE [ I ]

to suddenly move apart in different directions:

The crowd scattered at the sound of gunshots.

(Definition von “scatter” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)