scads


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scad 1

 (skăd)
n. pl. scad or scads
Any of several carangid fishes chiefly of the genus Decapterus, especially D. punctatus of the western Atlantic.

[Origin unknown.]

scad 2

 (skăd)
n. Informal
often scads A large number or amount: Scads of people are in the hall.

[Origin unknown.]

scads

(skædz)
pl n
informal a large amount or number
[C19: of uncertain origin]

Scads

 a lot of; heaps, 1869; U.S. money, 1809; a slab of peat or a tuft of grass, 1880.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.scads - a large number or amountscads - a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed stacks of newspapers"
large indefinite amount, large indefinite quantity - an indefinite quantity that is above the average in size or magnitude
Translations

scads

[skædz] NPLmontones mpl
we have scads of itlo tenemos a montones, tenemos montones de eso
References in classic literature ?
Then I'll have to trouble you for a few scad until--'
HE Butti Al Qubaisi praised the signing of the agreement, which comes in context of SCADs policy of close cooperation with local and federal government bodies and other stakeholders, in the pursuit of the Centres goal of building a world-class statistical system that would meet the needs of data users across the emirate, while ensuring accuracy, timeliness and relevance.
According to literature data, the overall incidence of SCAD in coronary angiograms ranges from 0.