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Translation of "scatter" - English-Spanish dictionary

scatter

verb /ˈskӕtə/
to (make) go or rush in different directions dispersar(se) The sudden noise scattered the birds The crowds scattered when the bomb exploded.
to throw loosely in different directions esparcirse, desparramarse The load from the overturned lorry was scattered over the road.
scattered adjective
occasional; not close together disperso Scattered showers are forecast for this morning The few houses in the valley are very scattered.
scattering noun
a small amount scattered here and there un poco de… aquí y allá a scattering of sugar.
scatterbrain noun
a forgetful or unreliable person. cabeza de chorlito
scatterbrained adjective
ligero de cascos
(Definition of scatter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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