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- To scrape is to drag something with force across a surface.
- She was worried the heavy table would scrape the polished floor as it was being moved.
- He needed to scrape the mud off his boots before entering the house.
- To scrape is to make something smooth by rubbing.
- He could scrape off the rough edges to make the stone smooth.
- To scrape is to save or collect things with difficulty.
- After I lost my job, I had to really scrape to have enough money for the rent.
- A scrape is the noise made by forced rubbing.
- He could hear the scrape of the table being dragged across the floor.
- A scrape is a wound made by rubbing.
- She had a nasty scrape on her knee after falling on the path.
- (slang) A scrape is a fight.
- The two boys got into a bit of a scrape during the football match.