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scout

US [skaʊt]
UK [skaʊt]
  • v.侦察;物色(优秀运动员、演员、音乐家等)
  • n.童子军;侦察员;童子军成员;侦察机
  • Web侦察兵;斥候;球探
Plural Form:scouts  Present Participle:scouting  Past Tense:scouted  
Scout
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n.
1.
[pl]
童子军an organization (officially called theScout Association ) originally for boys, which trains young people in practical skills and does a lot of activities with them, for example camping
to join the Scouts
参加童子军
2.
童子军成员a boy or girl who is a member of the Scouts
Both my brothers were scouts.
我的两个哥哥都当过童子军。
a scout troop
童子军中队
3.
侦察员;侦察机a person, an aircraft, etc. sent ahead to get information about the enemy's position, strength, etc.
v.
1.
[t][i]
侦察,搜寻(某处)to search an area or various areas in order to find or discover sth
They scouted the area for somewhere to stay the night.
他们四处查看,想找个过夜的地方。
The kids were scouting around for wood for the fire.
孩子们正在四处寻找柴火。
a military scouting party
军事侦察小分队
2.
[i][t]
~ (sb)
物色(优秀运动员、演员、音乐家等)to look for sports players, actors, musicians, etc. who have special ability, so you can offer them work
He scouts for Manchester United.
他为曼彻斯特联队物色球员。

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