scout

  1. a person employed to watch for something to happen
  2. someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)
  3. someone who can find paths through unexplored territory

Scout

[travel website] Scout (form. goby) is a travel website which launched in September 2009. The site searches selected databases and other sources of information on the web focused on 400 categories of things to do while traveling. Signed in users may also share their results utilizing the Facebook connect applications programming interface. ...
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Scout

[association football] A football scout attends football matches on the behalf of clubs to collect intelligence. Primarily, there are two types of scouts: player scouts and tactical scouts. Player scouts or talent scouts evaluate the talent of footballers with a view to signing them on a professional contract for their employers. Some scout...
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scout

[n] - someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports) 2. [n] - someone who can find paths through unexplored territory 3. [v] - explore, often with the goal of finding something or somebody
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Scout

Scout (skout) noun [ Icelandic skūta a small craft or cutter.] A swift sailing boat. [ Obsolete] « So we took a scout , very much pleased with the manner and conversation of the passengers.» Pepys.
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Scout

Scout noun [ Icelandic skūta to jut out. Confer Scout to reject.] A projecting rock. [ Prov. Eng.] Wright.
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Scout

Scout transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Scouted ; present participle & verbal noun Scouting .] 1. To observe, watch, or look for, as a scout; to follow for the purpose of observation, as a scout. « Take more men,...
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Scout

Scout intransitive verb To go on the business of scouting, or watching the motions of an enemy; to act as a scout. « With obscure wing Scout far and wide into the realm of night.» Milton.
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scout

To reject with contempt, as something absurd; to treat with ridicule; to flout; as, to scout an idea or an apology. 'Flout 'em and scout 'em.' ... Origin: Icel. Skta a taunt; cf. Icel. Skuta to jut out, skota to shove, skjta to shoot, to shove. See Shoot. ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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scout

pathfinder noun someone who can find paths through unexplored territory
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scout

noun someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)
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Scout

• (n.) A boy scout (which see, above). • (n.) A fielder in a game for practice. • (n.) The act of scouting or reconnoitering. • (n.) A college student`s or undergraduate`s servant; -- so called in Oxford, England; at Cambridge called a gyp; and at Dublin, a skip. • (v. t.) To reject with contempt, as something absurd; to tr...
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Scout

HMS Scout was a British Admiralty S Class destroyer of 905 tons displacement launched about 1918. She was armed with three 4-inch guns; five smaller guns and four 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in pairs. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boilers providing a top speed of 31 knots and carried a complement of 98.
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Scout

Scout A A small rocket, 21.9 m high and 1 m in diameter, able to launch lightweight satellites or perform high-altitude research at relatively low cost. Conceived by NACA (National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics) in 1958, the Scout program was taken over by the Langley Research Center when NA...
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Scout

Scout is slang for a pocket watch.
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Scout

[operating system] Scout is a research operating system developed at the University of Arizona. It is communication-oriented and designed around the constraints of network-connected devices like set-top boxes. The Scout researchers had in mind a class of devices that they called `network appliances`, which include cameras and disks attached...
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Scout

[aircraft] The term scout, as a description of a class of military aircraft, came into use shortly before the First World War, and initially referred to a fast, light (usually single-seat) unarmed reconnaissance aircraft. `Scout` types were generally adaptations of pre-war racing aircraft – although at least one (the Royal Aircraft Factor...
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Scout

[train] The Scout was one of the named passenger trains of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. It started as train Nos. 1 (westbound) & 10 (eastbound) between Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California. Inaugurated on January 16, 1916, this `budget` heavyweight train had tourist sleeping cars with upper and lower berths, `chair` c...
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Scout

[rocket family] The Scout family of rockets were American launch vehicles designed to place small satellites into orbit around the Earth. The Scout multistage rocket was the first (and for a long time, the only) orbital launch vehicle to be entirely composed of solid fuel stages. The original Scout (an acronym for Solid Controlled Orbital U...
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Scout

[sport] In professional sports, scouts are experienced talent evaluators who travel extensively for the purposes of watching athletes play their chosen sports and determining whether their set of skills and talents represent what is needed by the scout`s organization. Some scouts are interested primarily in the selection of prospects, young...
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Scout

[Scouting] A Scout (in some countries a Boy Scout, Girl Scout or Pathfinder) is a boy or a girl, usually 11 to 18 years of age, participating in the worldwide Scouting movement. Because of the large age and development span, many Scouting associations have split this age group into a junior and a senior section. Scouts are organized into tr...
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Scout

In Purple Martins, the first arrivals at a breeding site.
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Scout

Scout is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `to listen` The name Scout is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) In Flanders and Belgique it is (almost) solely given to boys In England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to girls The name sounds like: Scott, Scot Similar names are: Scott...
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Scout

[autonomous boat] Scout is an autonomous robotic boat designed to complete the first autonomous transatlantic crossing. The project was started by Tiverton students Dylan Rodriguez and Max Kramers in 2010 with the goal of creating an autonomous craft to make the journey from Rhode Island to Sanlucar de Barrameda, Spain. After several iterat...
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