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1 scout /ˈskaʊt/ noun
plural scouts
1 scout
/ˈskaʊt/
noun
plural scouts
Learner's definition of SCOUT
[count]
or Scout
: boy scout
: girl scout
: a soldier, airplane, etc., that is sent to get information about the size, location, equipment, etc., of an enemy
: a person whose job is to search for talented performers, athletes, etc. see also talent scout

good scout

US, informal + somewhat old-fashioned
: a person who is friendly, kind, helpful, etc.
2 scout /ˈskaʊt/ verb
scouts; scouted; scouting
2 scout
/ˈskaʊt/
verb
scouts; scouted; scouting
Learner's definition of SCOUT
always followed by an adverb or preposition, [no object] : to search an area or place for something or someone
[+ object] : to explore (an area) in order to find information about it
: to watch or look at (someone or something) in order to decide if that person or thing is suited for a particular job or purpose
[+ object]
[no object]
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