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scat

exclamation uk   /skæt/ informal us  
said to an animal, especially a cat, or to a person to make them go away quickly

scat

noun [U] uk   /skæt/ us  
a type of jazz singing that uses words with no meaning
Translations of “scat”
in Chinese (Traditional) (驅趕貓等動物或人時用)噓,走開…
in Chinese (Simplified) (驱赶猫等动物或人时用)嘘,走开…
(Definition of scat from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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