scooch


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a scooch

A bit; a small amount or degree. Can you turn the heat down a scooch? It's getting pretty warm in here. I like the design, but it's just a scooch too tall for my taste.
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scooch over

1. To move slightly to the side, especially while seated. Hey, scooch over so I can fit another chair at the table. Would you mind scooching over? I'd like to sit here too.
2. To move or cause to move someone or something that is on the ground slightly to the side. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "scooch" and "over." Help me scooch this table over so everyone will be able to fit in the kitchen. Just scooch the kids over a little bit so that you have room to sit down here.
See also: over, scooch

scooch over to (something or some place)

To move or slide to something or some place quickly. I just need to scooch over to the bank really fast—I shouldn't be gone for more than half an hour. I scooched over to the window to see who was coming up the driveway. This website is for people on a budget. If you're looking for flashier tech stuff, you should scooch over to our sister site.
See also: over, scooch

scooch

(skutʃ)
1. in. to move (oneself), while seated, forward, backward, or sideways by sliding. Scooch over here by me.
2. tv. to push or move something. Scooch your chair over where the light is better.

a scooch

To a small degree; somewhat: Can you make the waistline of these pants a scooch bigger?
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Scooch had been well backed to finish last and Hills go 6-4 that the UK finish in the top half in any of the next five years.
BRITAIN'S Eurovision flag was flying at half mast tonight after Scooch scored a dismal 19 points in the competition.
Our entry Scooch's finished second from last with 19 points.
But she has been caught up in a row with British Eurovision entrants Scooch, who she described as an 'embarrassment' and 'really ***' in a video blog on her website.
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Andy Abrahams, 2008, qualified on (a), Scooch, 2007, on (b), Blue, 2011, on (c) and now Tyler on all of them.
From 1976 winners Brotherhood of Man to Scooch, acts from across Europe took to the stage in a treat for music fans, young and old.