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Definition of scooch

scooch

  • move over.
    Hey, scooch over.
    Scooch in beside me.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Sue M. from montreal, QC, Canada on Apr 06 1999.

  • verb. 1. To move over 2. to scoot.
    Can you please scooch over?

    Last edited on Jan 08 2003. Submitted by Mallory from USA on Jan 08 2003.

adjective

  • an annoying person, thing or action "stop being such a little scooch"

    Last edited on Jun 14 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 14 2010.

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