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scat1 / skat/ • v. (scat·ted , scat·ting ) [intr.] inf. go away; leave: Scat! Leave me alone. scat2 (also scat sing·ing) • n. improvised jazz singing in which the voice is used in imitation of an instrument. • v. (scat·ted , scat·ting ) [intr.] sing in such a way. scat3 • n. droppings, esp. those of carnivorous mammals.

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Scatophagus argus (spotted butterfish, spotted scat) See SCATOPHAGIDAE.

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scat See SCATOPHAGIDAE.

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SCAT Med. sheep-cell agglutination test