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scramble
British English: /ˈskramb(ə)l/
American English: /ˈskræmbəl/

Translation of scramble in Italian:

noun

transitive verb

  • 1
    also: scramble up
    (jumble)
    mettere in disordine, confondere
    (papers)
    (string, wool)
  • 2 (Cookery)to scramble eggs
    fare le uova strapazzate
  • 4 (Military)
    fare decollare [qualcosa] in fretta
    (aircraft, squadron)

intransitive verb

  • 2 (compete) See examples:to scramble for
    contendersi, lottare per
    (contracts, jobs, prizes)
    to scramble to do
    darsi da fare per fare
  • 3 (rush) See examples:to scramble for
    precipitarsi verso
    (door, buffet)
    to scramble to do
    precipitarsi a fare

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