|Origin:||Probably from a Scandinavian language|
to move quickly and suddenly:
There's the bus - I'd better scoot!
She scooted off on her bike.
2 [transitive] especially American English
to make someone or something move a short distance by pulling or pushing:
I scooted my chair over to their table.
scoot overphrasal verb
He scooted over so I could sit down.