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Spanish translation of “scramble”

scramble

verb /ˈskrӕmbl/
to crawl or climb quickly, using arms and legs
trepar, escalar
They scrambled up the slope He scrambled over the rocks.
to move hastily
precipitarse
He scrambled to his feet.
(with for) to rush, or struggle with others, to get
pelearse por, luchar entre sí por
The boys scrambled for the ball.
to distort (a telephone message etc) so that it can only be received and understood with a special receiver.
cifrar, codificar
scrambler noun a device for scrambling telephone messages.
emisor de interferencias
scrambled egg noun beaten eggs cooked with milk and butter until thick.
huevos revueltos
(Definition of scramble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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