English version

scout in Military topic

scoutscout2 verb šŸ”Š šŸ”Š 1 [intransitive] (also scout around/round)LOOK FOR to look for something in a particular areascout for šŸ”Š Iā€™m scouting round for a place to stay.2 [transitive] (also scout out)PM to examine a place or area in order to get information about it šŸ”Š American companies are keen to scout out business opportunities in Vietnam.3 [intransitive, transitive]BO to find out about the abilities of sports players, musicians etc in order to employ themā†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
scoutā€¢ The day drew on, and Tagan scouted ahead to look for a possible camping site.ā€¢ It was dark by the time he hit Prospect and started scouting around for parking.ā€¢ And I was scouting around vaguely aware that, in fact, I'd actually located it.ā€¢ It transpired that he had been scouting at the Festival.ā€¢ They go through an intelligence test and an array of interviews at the scouting combine in February.ā€¢ Each day now Phagu went scouting in the jeep, Kamesh driving, he and I perched up on the luggage rack.ā€¢ Hidden in the Playboy interview, almost subliminally, is a scouting report, reviewing Shaq in every possible field.ā€¢ But there are still some available if you're prepared to scout round.ā€¢ In the morning, he set out to scout the surrounding countryside.scout forā€¢ Lou was scouting for a site on which to build her house.