scrape

  • 1 Scrape — may refer to:Medicine* Abrasion, a type of injuryTools* Bottle scraper, for removing content from bottles * Scraper (kitchen), a kitchen utensil * Card scraper, for smoothing wood or removing old finish * Hand scraper, for finishing a metal… …

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  • 2 Scrape — (skr[=a]p), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Scraped}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Scraping}.] [Icel. skrapa; akin to Sw. skrapa, Dan. skrabe, D. schrapen, schrabben, G. schrappen, and prob. to E. sharp.] 1. To rub over the surface of (something) with a sharp or rough… …

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  • 3 scrape — vb Scrape, scratch, grate, rasp, grind are comparable when they mean to apply friction to something by rubbing it with or against a thing that is harsh, rough, or sharp. Scrape usually implies the removal of something from a surface with an edged …

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  • 4 Scrape — Scrape  дополнительный протокол запроса клиента к трекеру, при котором трекер сообщает клиенту общее количество сидов и пиров на раздаче. В отличие от announce, запрос scrape: не имеет прямого отношения к скачиванию раздачи является… …

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  • 5 scrape — ► VERB 1) drag or pull a hard or sharp implement across (a surface or object) to remove dirt or waste matter. 2) use a sharp or hard implement to remove (dirt or unwanted matter). 3) rub against a rough or hard surface. 4) just manage to achieve …

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  • 6 scrape in — ˌscrape ˈin [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they scrape in he/she/it scrapes in present participle scraping in past tense …

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  • 7 Scrape — Scrape, n. 1. The act of scraping; also, the effect of scraping, as a scratch, or a harsh sound; as, a noisy scrape on the floor; a scrape of a pen. [1913 Webster] 2. A drawing back of the right foot when bowing; also, a bow made with that… …

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  • 8 scrape — [skrāp] vt. scraped, scraping [ME scrapen < ON skrapa, akin to Du schrapen, OE screpan, to scratch < IE base * (s)ker , to cut > SCURF, SHARP] 1. to rub over the surface of with something rough or sharp 2. to make smooth or clean by… …

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  • 9 scrape — [n] bad or embarrassing situation awkward situation, corner*, difficulty, dilemma, discomfiture, distress, embarrassment, fix*, hole*, jam*, mess*, pickle*, plight, predicament, tight spot*, trouble; concept 674 Ant. resolution, solution scrape… …

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  • 10 Scrape — Scrape, v. i. 1. To rub over the surface of anything with something which roughens or removes it, or which smooths or cleans it; to rub harshly and noisily along. [1913 Webster] 2. To occupy one s self with getting laboriously; as, he scraped and …

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  • 11 scrape — scrape; sky·scrape; …

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  • 12 scrape — index entanglement (involvement), erode, imbroglio, misdeed, misdoing, plight, predicament, quagmire …

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  • 13 scrape — scrape1 [skreıp] v [Date: 1300 1400; : Old Norse; Origin: skrapa] 1.) [T] to remove something from a surface using the edge of a knife, a stick etc ▪ Scrape the carrots and slice them thinly. scrape sth away/off ▪ The earth was scraped away to… …

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  • 14 scrape — scrape1 [ skreıp ] verb * 1. ) transitive to rub a sharp edge or tool against a surface: You ll have to scrape the walls before you paint them. a ) scrape something off/into/onto/out of etc. (something) to remove something by pulling a hard tool… …

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  • 15 scrape — I UK [skreɪp] / US verb Word forms scrape : present tense I/you/we/they scrape he/she/it scrapes present participle scraping past tense scraped past participle scraped * 1) [transitive] to rub a sharp edge or tool against a surface You ll have to …

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  • 16 scrape — 1 verb 1 (T) to remove something from a surface, using the edge of a knife, stick etc: Scrape the carrots and slice them thinly. | scrape sth away/off etc: I tried to scrape some of the mud off my boots. | We scraped away several layers of old… …

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  • 17 scrape — [[t]skre͟ɪp[/t]] scrapes, scraping, scraped 1) VERB If you scrape something from a surface, you remove it, especially by pulling a sharp object over the surface. [V n with adv] She went round the car scraping the frost off the windows... [V n… …

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  • 18 scrape by — verb manage one s existence barely I guess I can squeeze by on this lousy salary • Syn: ↑scrape along, ↑scratch along, ↑squeak by, ↑squeeze by, ↑rub along • Hypernyms: ↑cop …

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  • 19 scrape — I n. awkward predicament fight to get into a scrape II v. 1) (D; tr.) to scrape off (to scrape paint off furniture) 2) (D; intr.) to scrape through ( to manage to get through ) (to scrape through a crisis) 3) (N; used with an adjective) (she… …

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  • 20 scrape — scrapable, adj. scrapeage, n. /skrayp/, v., scraped, scraping, n. v.t. 1. to deprive of or free from an outer layer, adhering matter, etc., or to smooth by drawing or rubbing something, esp. a sharp or rough instrument, over the surface: to… …

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