Definition of scootch
verb - ambitransitive
- to move a small amount without standing up (of a person) or lifting from a surface (of an object); "scoot".
Scootch your seat over here.
We'll just scootch them together.
Scootch over close.
- See more words with the same meaning: to move.
verb - intransitive
- to move.
Citation from "Irregarding Steve", American Dad! (TV), Season 2 Episode 8 (2006) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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