- 1 1.1 (person) explorador, -dora (m,f), escucha (mf); (unit) patrulla (f) de reconocimiento, avanzada (f); (vehicle) vehículo (m)( or avión (m) etc) de reconocimientoMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (look, search) (no pl) to have a scout around (the area) explorar or recorrer la zona, hacer* un reconocimiento de la zona
- Then, Spetnaz troops and scouts were sent ahead of the armor to eliminate RPG-armed snipers.
- Four days had passed before Lord Light ordered his force to a halt, and sent scouts out ahead to find the disposition of the bridge.
- Now we have sent one of the village's best scouts to gather further information, so that our village will be prepared for an attack.
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- There are thirty fighters, two scouts, ten bombers, and three long range fighters.
- We sent a picket ship as a scout, your government destroyed half of it, and stole all the remains.
- Of course, that suggestion had been shot down faster than a Spectral scout.
- With a preliminary scout of the area and a sketch map, we were someway nearer as to understanding where everything was in relation to each other.
- He fancied a scout round Victoria but I told him I preferred Wapping instead.
- I want to have a quick scout round.
- 3(talent scout)cazatalentos (mf)
- 4 (at Oxford University) criado (m)
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- 1.1 [Mil] reconocer* el terrenoMore example sentences1.2 (search) to scout
- Quickly flicking the C stick down will activate the gadget, and it often comes in quite handy while scouting for enemy soldiers.
- As fire burned from where the bunkers once stood, Joe's remaining troops went ahead to scout for any enemy forces left.
- Clement halted his army and signaled for his scout to ride ahead of the army to scout for enemies ahead.
forsth andar* en busca de algo he was scouting for work andaba en busca de trabajoMore example sentences
- I scouted for evidence of a stuck or injured fox, but found nothing.
- In fact, that was the Congress' Achilles heel as it scouted for more supporters.
- The policy should simplify the funding process for film-makers who previously had to scout around for money from various departments project by project.
scout aroundv + adv
- to scout around (
forsth) buscar* (algo)
scout outv + adv + o