remove mud, paint, etc. by drawing or pushing the hard edge of a tool
injure or damage by harsh rubbing, etc.
obtain by being careful, or with effort
an act or sound of scraping
a mark or wound made by scraping
an unpleasant, but not very serious situation or difficulty
"the scrape of violin bows distracted her"
"all that bowing and scraping did not impress him"
"The cat scraped at the armchair"
"They scraped a letter into the stone"
"She had scraped together enough money for college"
"they scratched a meager living"
"The boy skinned his knee when he fell"
An Irone Scrape..set in a wooden handle..for the skullion to scrape..the furnice hole.
出自： R. Holme
The little Dog..ranne barking to the doore,..fawning and scraping his Lord and maister.
出自： E. Topsell
We don't have much money but we scrape along somehow.
She spent three years at college, scraping along on an allowance from her parents.
这组科学家耐心地用手指在泥土中扒,从而发现了一个古代文明的遗迹。 scrape sth ⇔ away
Scraping the snow away, they found a car buried underneath!
Many men who only scrape in to the army college make the best officers.
She scraped the rust off the kitchen knife.
The boy fell and scraped the skin off his knee.
This animal scrapes out a hole in the sand to lay its eggs in.
The boys scraped out a hollow place for planting trees.
The ashes must be scraped out from the stove.
The walls of the cave come to a narrow point just ahead, but I think we can scrape through.
Some of you deserved to succeed, and others only scraped through.
Jail got into the music school by scraping through the examination.
I'll try to scrape a team together for tomorrow's game.
Scrape the dead leaves together into a pile, and then we can burn them.
They're some people we scraped up an acquaintance with on holiday.
She was so lonely during her holiday that she would have scraped up an acquaintance with almost anyone.