24 Jun 12:24 PM

Question about English (US)

What does "to charge around" and "scrounge about" (I know what "scrounge" means, but does the "about" add some meaning to it?) How can one SCROUNGE in the dirt with the cats? (look at the example below) mean?

"During this time, I often saw bored but admirable kids CHARGING AROUND on the roof of our local school. It was that or SCROUNGE ABOUT in the dirt with the cats and the less adventurous children."
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