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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscramblerscram‧bler /ˈskræmblə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  TCBTCTa machine that mixes up a radio or telephone message so that it cannot be understood without special equipment
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scramblerI, apparently, am a scrambler.There's noticeably less equipment hanging from a scrambler, but pound for pound there will be more fleecy material visible.Some one invents a scrambler device so people can use their Cellnet phones without the opposition listening in.Ben's greatest wish is that when he grows up, he becomes a professional scrambler.But cost is holding back a rapid introduction of the scramblers.She shrugged, went over to the bidet, washed herself and inserted her tiny scrambler.The Navy had dispatched a portable KYX-2 field-unit scrambler.Luckily for us scramblers, there is a group even further down the mountain social scale.
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