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- (transitive, slang) To waylay, kidnap or steal.
- 1935, John Masefield, The Box of Delights:
- They've tried to scrobble another clergyman who was walking into Tatchester from Tineton.
- (Internet slang) To publish one's media consumption habits to the Internet via software, in order to track when and how often certain items are played.
scrobble (plural scrobbles)
- A datum or the aggregate data collected by this means.