French translation of 'gouge'
1. [crater, hole] creuser
2. [initials] graver
3. (= overcharge) [customer] escroquer
Phrasal verbsgouge out
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Critics say it is the product of unabashed and unjustifiable price gouging.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This he made by gouging a hole in the lid of a plastic storage box and inserting the head of a desk lamp.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
A huge hole had been gouged exposing her teeth, gums and nose cavity.The Sun (2006)
After the attack, the body of one victim was found with his eyes gouged out and the skin removed from his face.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It claws at you day and night, gouging deep wounds into your mind.The Sun (2012)
It was as if he was gouging his eyes.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Yet any regular passenger knows the price gouging goes much deeper than demands to see our boarding passes.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: gouge VERB
If you gouge something, you make a hole or a long cut in it, usually with a pointed object.
He gouged her cheek with a screwdriver.
Translation of gouge from the Collins English to French Dictionary