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  1. scrape

    • IPA[skrāp]

    美式

    • v.
      push or pull a hard or sharp implement across (a surface or object) so as to remove dirt or other matter;use a sharp or hard implement to remove (dirt or unwanted matter) from something
    • n.
      an act or sound of scraping;an injury or mark caused by scraping
    • verb: scrape, 3rd person present: scrapes, gerund or present participle: scraping, past tense: scraped, past participle: scraped

    • noun: scrape, plural noun: scrapes

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    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. push or pull a hard or sharp implement across (a surface or object) so as to remove dirt or other matter we scraped the dishes clean rinse off the carrots and scrape them 同義詞 rake, drag, push, brush, sweep
    • use a sharp or hard implement to remove (dirt or unwanted matter) from something she scraped the mud off her shoes 同義詞 abrade, grate, sand, sandpaper, scour, ... 更多
    • apply (a hard or sharp implement) to a surface so as to remove dirt or other matter he scraped the razor across the stubble on his cheek 同義詞 abrade, grate, sand, sandpaper, scour, ... 更多
    • make (a hollow) by scraping away soil or rock he found a ditch, scraped a hole, and put the bag in it 同義詞 scoop out, hollow out, dig out, dig, excavate, ... 更多
    • 2. rub or cause to rub by accident against a rough or hard surface, causing damage or injury he smashed into the wall and felt his knee scrape against the plaster she reversed in a reckless sweep, scraping the left front fender 同義詞 graze, scratch, abrade, scuff, rasp, ... 更多
    • draw or move (something) along or over something else, making a harsh noise she scraped back her chair and stood up
    • move with or make a harsh scraping sound she lifted the gate to prevent its scraping along the ground 同義詞 grate, creak, grind, jar, rasp, ... 更多
    • humorous play a violin or similar stringed instrument tunelessly Katie was scraping away at her cello
    • draw one's hair tightly back off the forehead her hair was scraped back into a ponytail
    • 3. narrowly pass by or through something there was only just room to scrape through between the tree and the edge of the stream
    • barely manage to succeed in a particular undertaking he scraped through the entrance exam Clinton scraped into office in 1992
    • just manage to achieve; accomplish with great effort or difficulty for some years he scraped a living as a tutor
    • collect or accumulate something with difficulty they could hardly scrape up enough money for one ticket, let alone two
    • try to save as much money as possible; economize they had scrimped and scraped and saved for years
    • manage to live with difficulty she has to scrape by on Social Security
    • 4. copy (data) from a website using a computer program all search engines scrape content from sites without permission and display it on their own sites

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