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Detailed Translations for scramble from English to French


scramble [the ~] noun

  1. the scramble (musical chairs)

to scramble verb (scrambles, scrambled, scrambling)

  1. to scramble (rummage; grabble)
    bousculer; harceler; presser; talonner
    • bousculer verb (bouscule, bouscules, bousculons, bousculez, )
    • harceler verb (harcelle, harcelles, harcelons, harcelez, )
    • presser verb (presse, presses, pressons, pressez, )
    • talonner verb (talonne, talonnes, talonnons, talonnez, )
  2. to scramble (clamber; shin; climb)
    • grimper verb (grimpe, grimpes, grimpons, grimpez, )

Conjugations for scramble:

  1. scramble
  2. scramble
  3. scrambles
  4. scramble
  5. scramble
  6. scramble
simple past
  1. scrambled
  2. scrambled
  3. scrambled
  4. scrambled
  5. scrambled
  6. scrambled
present perfect
  1. have scrambled
  2. have scrambled
  3. has scrambled
  4. have scrambled
  5. have scrambled
  6. have scrambled
past continuous
  1. was scrambling
  2. were scrambling
  3. was scrambling
  4. were scrambling
  5. were scrambling
  6. were scrambling
  1. shall scramble
  2. will scramble
  3. will scramble
  4. shall scramble
  5. will scramble
  6. will scramble
continuous present
  1. am scrambling
  2. are scrambling
  3. is scrambling
  4. are scrambling
  5. are scrambling
  6. are scrambling
  1. be scrambled
  2. be scrambled
  3. be scrambled
  4. be scrambled
  5. be scrambled
  6. be scrambled
  1. scramble!
  2. let's scramble!
  3. scrambled
  4. scrambling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for scramble:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
chaises musicales musical chairs; scramble
- scamper; scuffle; scurry
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bousculer grabble; rummage; scramble hit over; knock down; knock over; push; push away; push off; push over; run down; shove away; upend; upset
grimper clamber; climb; scramble; shin arise; ascend; climb; climb into; climb up; fuck; have sexual intercourse; mount; screw
harceler grabble; rummage; scramble bother; harass; nag; trouble; visit
presser grabble; rummage; scramble accelerate; boost; chase; clasp; clench; clutch; compress; crush; drive; encourage; excite; fasten; grasp; grip; hasten; hurry; hustle; incite; insist; keep on; make haste; move it; pack; peg out; persist; pinch; pinch out; press; press in; press together; push on; quicken; rouse; rush; seize; speed up; squeeze; squeeze dry; squeeze empty; squeeze out; stimulate; storm; urge; wedge
talonner grabble; rummage; scramble
- beat; clamber; jumble; shin; shinny; skin; sputter; struggle; throw together

Related Words for "scramble":

  • unscramble, scrambling, scrambles

Synonyms for "scramble":

Antonyms for "scramble":

  • unscramble

Related Definitions for "scramble":

  1. rushing about hastily in an undignified way1
  2. an unceremonious and disorganized struggle1
  3. make unintelligible1
    • scramble the message so that nobody can understand it1
  4. stir vigorously1
  5. bring into random order1
  6. to move hurriedly1
    • The friend scrambled after them1
  7. climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling1

Wiktionary Translations for scramble:

  1. to proceed to a location or an objective in a disorderly manner
  2. to mix food ingredients in a mix to be cooked into a loose mass
  3. to process telecommunication signals to make them unintelligable to an unauthorized listener
  1. a rush or hurry
  2. an emergency defensive air force mission
  3. a motocross race
  1. Avidité, ruée avec laquelle le vainqueur procede au pillage
  2. urbanisme|fr siècle|XVIII Dans l’aménagement des parc et jardin, pavillon pour l’agrément ou la musique, d’inspiration oriental, de structure léger et ouverte et de plan circulaire ou polygonal.
  1. Monter avec effort.
  2. gravir, monter en s’agrippant.