[ UK /skɹˈæmblɐ/ ]
a rapid mover; someone who scrambles
scramblers can often unnerve a better tennis player
their quarterback was a good scrambler
- electronic equipment that makes speech unintelligible during transmission and restores it at reception
- a lightweight motorcycle equipped with rugged tires and suspension; an off-road motorcycle designed for riding cross country or over unpaved ground
How To Use scrambler In A Sentence
- The burglars also took a child's motorbike scrambler, a khaki coloured container with 25 litres of red diesel and numerous bottles of gin, vodka and liqueurs.
- The arms manufacturer has developed scramblers which throw missile-guidance systems off course.
- I flipped open a pouch on my thigh and took out an electrical scrambler, made specifically for rendering anything electronic useless.
- Despite several warnings in the Advertiser, yobs are still using estates and parks as racetracks for mini motos, go-peds and scramblers.
- Right now, he was contacting them on the special digital phone with a voice scrambler.
- These guys who were out there doing really serious ski descents were also world-class mountaineers, while I was just a hiker scrambler.
- The excruciatingly unctuous cable telemarketer forgot to mention, however, that the two movie channels, which come in on 500 and 400, could only be received through a descrambler.
- scramblers can often unnerve a better tennis player
- Their quarterback was a good scrambler.
- You just know someone is now working on a device to block the scrambler, while some visionary is starting on a device to scramble the blocker that blocks the scrambler.