to go off hastily (often used in the imperative).
Other definitions for scat (2 of 6)
to sing by making full or partial use of the technique of scat singing, in which the singer substitutes improvised nonsense syllables for the words of a song.
Other definitions for scat (3 of 6)
the excrement of a wild animal.
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Other definitions for scat (5 of 6)
(in the Shetland and Orkney Islands) a crown tax, as for use of common lands.
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British Dictionary definitions for scat (1 of 4)
(intr; usually imperative) informal to go away in haste
British Dictionary definitions for scat (2 of 4)
a type of jazz singing characterized by improvised vocal sounds instead of words
(intr) to sing jazz in this way
British Dictionary definitions for scat (3 of 4)
any marine and freshwater percoid fish of the Asian family Scatophagidae, esp Scatophagus argus, which has a beautiful coloration
British Dictionary definitions for scat (4 of 4)
an animal dropping
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