scrambled, past participle; scrambled, past tense; scrambles, 3rd person singular present; scrambling, present participle;
Make one's way quickly or awkwardly up a steep slope or over rough ground by using one's hands as well as one's feet
we scrambled over the wet boulders
Move hurriedly or clumsily from or into a particular place or position
she scrambled out of the car
I tried to scramble to my feet
Put (clothes) on hurriedly
Robbie scrambled into jeans and a T-shirt
Perform (an action) or achieve (a result) hurriedly, clumsily, or with difficulty
Struggle or compete with others for something in an eager or uncontrolled and undignified way
firms scrambled to win public-sector contracts
Order (a fighter aircraft or its pilot) to take off immediately in an emergency or for action
(of a fighter aircraft or its pilot) Take off in such a way
(of a quarterback) Run around with the ball behind the line of scrimmage while looking for an open receiver
Run forward with the ball when unable to pass to an open receiver
Make (something) jumbled or muddled
maybe the alcohol has scrambled his brains
Prepare (eggs) by beating them with a little liquid and then cooking and stirring them gently
Make (a broadcast transmission, a telephone message, or electronic data) unintelligible unless received by an appropriate decoding device
scrambled television signals
A difficult or hurried clamber up or over something
an undignified scramble over the wall
A walk up steep terrain involving the use of one's hands
An eager or uncontrolled and undignified struggle with others to obtain or achieve something
a scramble for high-priced concert seats
An emergency takeoff by fighter aircraft
A disordered mixture of things
the program produced a scramble of the letters of the alphabet
an unceremonious and disorganized struggle
to move hurriedly; "The friend scrambled after them"
clamber: climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
scamper: rushing about hastily in an undignified way
bring into random order
beat: stir vigorously; "beat the egg whites"; "beat the cream"
Scramble (Lionel Jeffries), also known as Scramble the Mixed-Up Man, was a Marvel Comics supervillain and Canadian mutant. Specifically, he was an enemy of Alpha Flight, but for a brief time he was alternately their ally. His first appearance was Alpha Flight #30 (February 1986).
Scramble is a 1970 British drama film directed by David Eady and starring Ian Ramsey, Robin Askwith, Lucinda Barnes and Stephen Mallett.
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A rush or hurry; An emergency defensive air force mission to intercept attacking enemy aircraft; A motocross race; Any frantic period of activity; To move hurriedly to a location using all limbs against a surface; To proceed to a location or an objective in a disorderly manner; To mix food ...
(scrambly) Involving a certain amount of climbing; scrambled, mixed-up
(Scrambled) Analog video has been manipulated so that it is not intelligible.
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(Scrambled) a haphazard arrangement of short broken sections of glass canes.
(Scrambling) to transpose or invert digital data according to a prearranged scheme in order to break up the low-frequency patterns associated with serial digital signals.
(scrambling) Altering a video signal transmission so it cannot be received without an authorized operating decoder.
(scrambling) evasive movements by a quarterback to avoid being sacked.
(Scrambling) Easy, unroped climbing.
(Scrambling) A hike that requires you to use your hands on rock for balance or security. A hike with scrambling is by definition non-technical – a class 3 hike.
(Scrambling) Climbing up and over larger rocks/boulders, often using both hands to pull one’s self up. Typically very steep sections of the trail…and LOTS of fun!
(Scrambling) Encrypting the satellite signal
(Scrambling) In cable television, the process of modifying an analog TV signal so that it cannot be received by a television receiver. ...