scart

[ skahrt ]
/ skɑrt /

verb (used with or without object) Scot.

to scratch, scrape, mark, or scar.

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Origin of scart

1325–75; Middle English (Scots), metathetic variant of scrat to scratch
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British Dictionary definitions for scart (1 of 2)

scart
/ (skært) Scot /

verb

to scratch or scrape

noun

a scratch or scrape
a stroke of a pen
a small amount; scraping

Word Origin for scart

C14: from earlier scrat

British Dictionary definitions for scart (2 of 2)

Scart

SCART

/ (skɑːt) /

noun

electronics
  1. a 21-pin plug-and-socket system which carries picture, sound, and other signals, used especially in home entertainment systems
  2. (as modifier)a Scart cable

Word Origin for Scart

C20: after S yndicat des C onstructeurs des A ppareils R adiorécepteurs et T éléviseurs, the company that designed it
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