scamper [{{t}}'skæmpə(r)]
1 intransitive verb
(a) (mice) trottiner; (children) gambader, galoper;
the kids scampered into the house/up the stairs les gosses sont entrés dans la maison/ont monté l'escalier en courant;
the squirrel scampered up the tree l'écureuil a grimpé à l'arbre en un clin d'œil
(b) {{}}familiar{{}} (work quickly)
I positively scampered through the book j'ai lu le livre à toute vitesse
2 noun
trottinement m
scamper about intransitive verb
(animal) courir ou trottiner çà et là; (children) gambader
scamper away, scamper off intransitive verb
détaler, se sauver

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