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scram
American English: /skræm/
British English: /skram/

Translation of scram in Spanish:

intransitive verb -mm-

  • [colloquial] go on, scram!
    ¡fuera or largo de aquí! [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • He climbed up the steps three at a time, gave a hasty good-bye to my dear relatives, told me he'd meet me at the hotel, and quickly scrammed.
    • I had to spend seven rupees on you - give my money back and get the hell out of my house - scram!
    • He plans the crime, he breaks in, bypasses security and scrams with the paintings… only to have his van run out of petrol.

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