- n. 流氓；（昵称）顽皮的家伙
- vt. 草率地做，对…草率行事
- vi. 为人吝啬；节俭
- scamp (n.)
- 1782, "highway robber," probably from dialectal verb scamp "to roam" (1753, perhaps from 16c.), shortened from scamper. Used affectionately in sense "rascal" since 1808.
- scamp (v.)
- "do in a hasty manner," 1837, perhaps from a Scandinavian source (compare Old Norse skemma "to shorten, make shorter," from skammr "short; brief; lately"), or a blend of scant and skimp [Klein], or a back-formation from scamper. Related: Scamped; scamping.
- 1. Have some respect for me, you scamp!
- 2. A scamp put the arm on him last night when he was on his way home.
- 3. Maybe we did misjudge the scamp about not being a soldier.
- 4. Don't pamperdamp scamp tramps that camp under ramp lamps.
- 5. Don't pamper scamp tramps that camp under ramp lamps.
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