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scavenge

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˈskæv.ɪndʒ/
to look for or get food or other objects in other people's rubbish
(從廢棄物中)覓食;撿破爛
The flood has left villagers and animals desperately scavenging for food.
因遭受水災,村民和牲畜四處尋覓食物。
We managed to scavenge a lot of furniture from the local rubbish dump.
我們從當地的垃圾堆裡撿到了許多傢俱。
Searching
If a wild animal scavenges, it feeds on the flesh of dead decaying animals.
(野生動物)以腐肉爲食
Animal (non-human) behaviourSearching
(Definition of scavenge from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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