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    تعداد کلمات
    زمان عادی تحویل فوری
    درصد تخفیف
    1 - 1500
    0.5 - 2 روز
    حداکثر 1 روز
    0
    1500 - 4000
    3 - 5 روز
    حداکثر 3 روز
    0
    4000 - 8000
    6 - 9 روز
    حداکثر 5 روز
    5
    با لای 8000
    1000 کلمه روزانه
    1500 کلمه روزانه
    10
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Usage scots or scottish is preferred to scotch in scotland, except in the compound nouns scotch broth, egg, fir, mist, terrier, and whisky.Scotsman n. (fem. Scotswoman) = *scot. مترجم غیررسمی لهستانی Scout �n. 1 soldier etc. Sent ahead to get esp. Military intelligence. 2 search for this. 3 = *talent-scout. 4 (also scout) member of the scout association, an (orig. Boys') association intended to develop character. 5 domestic worker at an oxford college. �v. 1 (often foll. By for) go about searching for information etc. 2 (foll. By about, around) make a search. 3 (often foll. By out) colloq. Explore to get information about (territory etc.).  scouting n. [french escoute(r) from latin ausculto listen]Saddler n. Maker of or dealer in saddles etc.Scrap1 �n. 1 small detached piece; fragment. 2 rubbish or waste material. 3 discarded metal for reprocessing (often attrib.: scrap metal). 4 (with neg.) Smallest piece or amount. 5 (in pl.) A odds and ends. B uneaten food. �v. (-pp-) discard as useless. [old norse: related to *scrape]Scratch �v. 1 score, mark, or wound superficially, esp. With a sharp object. 2 (also absol.) Scrape, esp. With the nails to relieve itching. 3 make or form by scratching. 4 (foll. By together, up, etc.) = *scrape 9. 5 (foll. By out, off, through) strike (out) (writing etc.). 6 (also absol.) Withdraw (a competitor, oneself, etc.) From a race or competition. 7 (often foll. By about, around, etc.) A scratch the ground etc. In search. B search haphazardly (scratching about for evidence). �n. 1 mark or wound made by scratching. 2 sound of scratching. 3 spell of scratching oneself. 4 colloq. Superficial wound. 5 line from which competitors in a race (esp. Those not receiving a handicap) start. �attrib.adj. 1 collected by chance. 2 collected or made from whatever is available; heterogeneous. 3 with no handicap given (scratch race).  from scratch 1 from the beginning. 2 without help. Scratch one's head be perplexed. Scratch the surface deal with a matter only superficially. Up to scratch up to the required standard. [origin uncertain]Screen printing n. Printing process with ink forced through a prepared sheet of fine material.Scrim n. Open-weave fabric for lining or upholstery etc. [origin unknown]Scrooge n. Miser. [name of a character in dickens]Safe deposit n. Building containing strongrooms and safes for hire.Sacred cow n. Colloq. Traditionally hallowed idea or institution.Scotsman n. (fem. Scotswoman) = *scot.Saddler n. Maker of or dealer in saddles etc.Scrap1 �n. 1 small detached piece; fragment. 2 rubbish or waste material. 3 discarded metal for reprocessing (often attrib.: scrap metal). 4 (with neg.) Smallest piece or amount. 5 (in pl.) A odds and ends. B uneaten food. �v. (-pp-) discard as useless. [old norse: related to *scrape]

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