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  1. scrum

    • IPA[skrʌm]

    英式

    • n.
      an ordered formation of players, used to restart play, in which the forwards of a team form up with arms interlocked and heads down, and push forward against a similar group from the opposing side. The ball is thrown into the scrum and the players try to gain possession of it by kicking it backwards towards their own side.;a disorderly crowd of people or things
    • v.
      form or take part in a scrum;jostle; crowd
    • noun: scrum, plural noun: scrums

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    名詞

    • 1. an ordered formation of players, used to restart play, in which the forwards of a team form up with arms interlocked and heads down, and push forward against a similar group from the opposing side. The ball is thrown into the scrum and the players try to gain possession of it by kicking it backwards towards their own side.
    • 2. British a disorderly crowd of people or things there was quite a scrum of people at the bar
    • a struggle or scuffle involving a crowd of people ageing passengers often lost out in the scrum for the best seats
    • 3. a set of practices used in agile project management that emphasize daily communication and the flexible reassessment of plans that are carried out in short, iterative phases of work.
    • (in agile project management) a short meeting of a kind held regularly to facilitate communication and the flexible reassessment of plans.

    動詞

    • 1. form or take part in a scrum the two men scrummed down together for University College, Dublin
    • jostle; crowd everyone was scrumming around behind him
    • n.
      a half back who puts the ball into the scrum and stands ready to receive it again.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      (in agile project management) a person who facilitates the work performed, especially by ... it is crucial the scrum master creates an encouraging environment for discussion

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      (in agile project management) a person who facilitates the work performed, especially by ... it is crucial the scrum master creates an encouraging environment for discussion

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for scrum

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a scrum formed by the players round the ball during play, not ordered by the referee.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[skrəm]

    美式

    • n.
      an ordered formation of players, used to restart play, in which the forwards of a team form up ...
    • v.
      form or take part in a scrum: the two men scrummed down together for University College, Dublin

    Oxford American Dictionary