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Definition of scalvage



  • to go through refuse in search of useful items. From "scavenge" + "salvage".
    Person A: Was that Tyson I saw scalvaging behind the medical center?

    Person B: Oh yeah, he scalvaged that computer yesterday.

    Last edited on Apr 26 2010. Submitted by benzlv from Las Vegas, NV, USA on Feb 21 2010.

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