- (countable) A disruption, mark or shallow cut on a surface made by scratching.
- I can"t believe there is a in the paint already.
- Her skin was covered with tiny scratches.
- (slang) money
- I need a little .
verb (scratch, es)
- Dutch: centen (plural)
- French: pognon , flouze , blé , grisbi , thune
- To rub a surface with a sharp object, especially by a living creature to remove itching with nails, claws, etc.
- Could you please my back?
- To rub the skin with rough material causing a sensation of irritation.
- I don't like that new scarf because it scratches my neck.
- To mark a surface with a sharp object, thereby leaving; a (noun).
- A real diamond can easily a pane of glass.
- To remove, ignore or delete.
- Scratch what I said earlier; I was wrong.
- Dutch: krassen, krabben
- French: oublier
- German: kratzen
- Italian: grattare
- Spanish: araí±ar, rasguí±ar
(trans-top, To delete)
- for or consisting of preliminary or tentative, incomplete, etc. work
- This is paper, so go ahead and scribble whatever you want on it.
- (computer) from scratchpad), describes a data structure or recording medium attached to a machine for testing or temporary-use purposes; one that can be scribbled on without loss. Usually in the combining forms scratch memory, scratch register, scratch disk, scratch tape, scratch volume, scratch space. See also scratch monkey.
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