to obtain possession of rapidly, as in by grabbing or snatching
Kristin decided to scap up the last of the pizza while Tom wasn't looking.
Can be used as either a verb (to scap) or as a noun (a scap). The action of taking or asking for things without reciprocating or payment, or a person who does so.
Hank always asks for gum and never gives me any, he is such a scap.
No you may not scap beer off of me again Erica, buy your own.
Nautical term for someone who doesn't pull his wait.
I'm gonna beat him when we get back to the hold, because he's the worst scap I know.
scap, scap-ing, scap-ped.
n. 1. Word of indignation or exclamation.
n. 2. Synonym to rubbish
v. 1. To dismiss or reject.
v. 2. A potential curse word.
adj. To magnify or intensify a sentiment
scap-less: Synonym of gutless
scap-tastic: Awesomeness beyond human, non-human and alien comprehension
scap-per: 1. An incredibly wondrous person. 2. A complete waste of life. (Note: Use this word with complete discretion according to the situation in context)
n. 1: "What the scap!"
n. 2: "That's scap, yo."
v. 1: "Scap it."
v. 2: "Scap off!"
adj. "That is so scaping (scapin') awesome"
short for scappy; the perfect combination of skanky and nappy.
Man, your girl is a scap.
An annoying cheating person, who never admits when they are in the wrong.
"Scaps" is used to define something disgusting, lower class, stalker-like, creepy or gross.
When the general population would be perturbed by the act which is scaps.
Say you see a homeless man licking the floor or someone squeezing a giant pimple you'll say "scaps"
Jim and Tim are walking down the street and they see a homeless man chewing a rotten banana peel...
Tim: Wow, that is scaps
Jim: Yeah I agree he is scaps
Tim has a sore that has got inflected and is oozing with pus