See also: Scrum
scrum (plural scrums)
- A tightly-packed and disorderly crowd of people.
- A scrum developed around the bar when free beer was announced.
- (Canada) Specifically used in the Canadian media to describe a tightly-packed group of reporters surrounding a member of the Canadian House of Commons while in the Parliament Buildings.
- A scrum formed around Scott Brison shortly after he announced his candidacy for the federal Liberal leadership.
- (rugby) In rugby union or rugby league, all the forwards joined together in an organised way. Also known as a scrummage.
- In Agile software development, a daily meeting in which each developer describes what they have been doing, what they plan to do next, and any impediments to progress.
a tightly-packed and disorderly crowd of people
(Canada) a tightly-packed group of reporters surrounding a member of the Canadian House of Commons
(rugby) all the forwards joined together in an organised way
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scrum n (plural scrumuri)
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