English version

scout in Military topic

scoutscout2 verb  1 [intransitive] (also scout around/round)LOOK FOR to look for something in a particular areascout for I’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 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 them→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
scoutThe day drew on, and Tagan scouted ahead to look for a possible camping site.It was dark by the time he hit Prospect and started scouting around for parking.And I was scouting around vaguely aware that, in fact, I'd actually located it.It transpired that he had been scouting at the Festival.They go through an intelligence test and an array of interviews at the scouting combine in February.Each day now Phagu went scouting in the jeep, Kamesh driving, he and I perched up on the luggage rack.Hidden in the Playboy interview, almost subliminally, is a scouting report, reviewing Shaq in every possible field.But there are still some available if you're prepared to scout round.In the morning, he set out to scout the surrounding countryside.scout forLou was scouting for a site on which to build her house.