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scoot down (to some place)

to go (down) somewhere in a hurry. I want you to scoot down to the store and get me a dozen eggs. Okay? I'll scoot down as soon as I finish reading the newspaper.
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scoot over

to slide sideways while seated. Scoot over and let me sit down. If you scoot over, we can get another person in this row.
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scoot over to someone or something

to travel or move over to someone or something or some place in a hurry. Scoot over to Don and ask him to come here for a minute. We all scooted over to the stadium for the football game.
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scoot over

Move to the side, especially to make room. For example, If you scoot over a little I'll have room to sit down. [Colloquial; first half of 1900s]
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scoot over

v.
1. To move or slide to the side: Can you scoot over so that I can sit down?
2. To move or slide something to the side: Scoot your chair over so we can talk.
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scoot

1. in. to run or scurry quickly from one place to another. I scooted from the bank to the cleaners and then on to the dentist’s.
2. n. a motorcycle. Do you wear a brain-bucket on your scoot?

the scoots

n. a case of diarrhea. Our vacation was ruined by a case of the scoots.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Spiezio's ball scooted into the gap, Glaus got up and scored, and the Angels had a 4-1 lead.
The Highlanders appeared to be pitching around designated hitter Tim Balkey when reliever Mike Byer's 3-1 pitch scooted past catcher Buzz Byer.