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  1. scuff

    • IPA[skəf]

    美式

    • v.
      scrape or brush the surface of (a shoe or other object) against something;mark (a surface) by scraping or brushing it, especially with one's shoes
    • n.
      a mark made by scraping or grazing a surface or object
    • verb: scuff, 3rd person present: scuffs, gerund or present participle: scuffing, past tense: scuffed, past participle: scuffed

    • noun: scuff, plural noun: scuffs

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. scrape or brush the surface of (a shoe or other object) against something I scuffed the heel of my shoe on a stone
    • mark (a surface) by scraping or brushing it, especially with one's shoes the linoleum on the floor was scuffed
    • (of an object or surface) become marked by scraping or brushing these shoes won't scuff
    • drag (one's feet or heels) when walking he scuffed his feet boyishly
    • walk while dragging one's feet or heels she scuffed along in her slippers

    名詞

    • 1. a mark made by scraping or grazing a surface or object dark colors don't show scuffs
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    • IPA[skʌf]

    英式

    • v.
      scrape or brush the surface of (a shoe or other object) against something: I accidentally scuffed the heel of one shoe on a paving stone
    • n.
      a mark made by scraping or grazing a surface or object: dark colours don't show scuffs

    Oxford Dictionary