Adjective "Scatter" Definition and Examples




    1. to throw loosely about; distribute at irregular intervals: to scatter seeds.

    2. to separate and drive off in various directions; disperse: to scatter a crowd.

    3. Physics. to refract or diffract (light or other electromagnetic radiation) irregularly so as to diffuse in many directions. (of a medium) to diffuse or deflect (light or other wave phenomena) by collisions between the wave and particles of the medium. verb (used without object)

    4. to separate an


    "forwards can be scatter to breakdowns."

    "forwards can be scatter in gettings."

    "estates can be scatter over numbers."

    "carpets can be scatter with rugs."

    "informations can be scatter."

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