Definição de 'scamper'
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We all scampered away across a field. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)Not that defeat would send him scampering away to check media reports over his position. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Soon enough he was scampering runs and cutting through point fiercely enough to send the fielders scurrying. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Black pheasants scampered away into the long grass and a flock of white doves swooped between the trees ahead of us. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It won't be the same next year without those dancing eyebrows scampering around the boardroom. The Sun (2014)Rather, it was the way he scampered around displaying all the energy and enthusiasm of a player half his age. The Sun (2009)There he was, scampering around the neighbour's garden. The Sun (2012)The mice are back, scampering around the tea rooms, nibbling at the fabric of our nation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The unplanned visit saw Spain's finest scampering around the dressing room trying to kick bits of kit out of the way. The Sun (2010)I saw a curator in New York scampering around in one at a big exhibition. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Tendências de scamper
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Traduções de scamper
Inglês Britânico: scamper VERB
When people or small animals scamper somewhere, they move there quickly with small, light steps.
Children scampered off the yellow school bus and into the playground.
Definição de scamper do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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