scooch

Scoot vs Scooch - What's the difference?

scoot | scooch |


As verbs the difference between scoot and scooch

is that scoot is (split) to walk fast; to go quickly; to run away hastily while scooch is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over.

As a noun scoot

is (slang) a dollar.

Scooch - What does it mean?

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Scooch vs Step - What's the difference?

scooch | step |


As a verb scooch

is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over.

As a noun step is

stitch.

Scooch vs Scorch - What's the difference?

scooch | scorch |


As verbs the difference between scooch and scorch

is that scooch is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over while scorch is to burn the surface of something so as to discolour it.

As a noun scorch is

a slight or surface burn.

Scooch vs Cooch - What's the difference?

scooch | cooch |


As a verb scooch

is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over.

As a noun cooch is

(obsolete) a type of belly dance.

Scooch vs Smooch - What's the difference?

scooch | smooch |


As verbs the difference between scooch and smooch

is that scooch is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over while smooch is (informal) to kiss or smooch can be .

As a noun smooch is

(informal) a kiss.

Scotch vs Scooch - What's the difference?

scotch | scooch |


As a noun scotch

is the people of scotland.

As a proper noun scotch

is the scottish dialect of english, or the scots language.

As an adjective scotch

is (dated) of or from scotland; scottish.

As a verb scooch is

(us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over.

Scooch vs Scrooch - What's the difference?

scooch | scrooch |


As verbs the difference between scooch and scrooch

is that scooch is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over while scrooch is to crouch, or hunker down.

Crouch vs Scooch - What's the difference?

crouch | scooch |


As verbs the difference between crouch and scooch

is that crouch is (obsolete) to sign with the cross; bless or crouch can be to bend down; to stoop low; to lie close to the ground with legs bent, as an animal when waiting for prey, or in fear while scooch is (us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over.

As a noun crouch

is (obsolete) a cross or crouch can be a bent or stooped position.

Shift vs Scooch - What's the difference?

shift | scooch |


As a noun shift

is (computing) a modifier key whose main function is shifting between two or more functions of any of certain other keys (usually by pressing shift and the other button simultaneously).

As a verb scooch is

(us) to shift, move aside, or scoot over.

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