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There were scratches and cuts all over her legs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The pair prove as irresistible to each other as an itch to a scratch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Locals say walking the glass into their homes has scratched wooden floors. The Sun (2009)She struck him on the face and scratched his neck. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was rebuilt from scratch in six months. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The answer came when he rode the scratch race and won it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Those of us who write in these pages are aware that we scratch the surface of sport. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The historic buildings barely had a scratch. The Sun (2012)One or two members of the commentary team scratched their heads when they saw it. The Sun (2011)Perhaps a repeat of that situation would cause a scratch of the head. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But reports of scratches on his face and blood and vomit traces found at the death scene remained unexplained. The Sun (2007)Leicester are still scratching that itch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is so sensitive, the slightest scratch can cause it to swell. The Sun (2014)If not, learn from scratch together. The Sun (2015)It looks like a bird's claw has scratched out a small chunk. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was rushed to hospital with a scratched eyeball, cuts and bruises. The Sun (2013)The bird glides on a loop of air, and lands with only the slightest scratch of talons. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THE blokes had the blonde tennis player scratching her bottom. The Sun (2007)I spotted a man in his underpants on the fifth floor, scratching himself and yawning. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

Sinônimos de scratch

rub, scrape, claw at
withdraw, pull out, stand down
improvised, rough, impromptu, haphazard

Tendências de scratch

Palavra de uso corrente. scratch é uma das 10000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins

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Traduções de scratch

Inglês Britânico: scratch /skrætʃ/ NOUN
Scratches on someone or something are small cuts.
He had scratches on his face and neck.
  • Inglês Americano: scratch
  • Árabe: خَدْش
  • Português Brasileiro: arranhão
  • Chinês: 抓痕
  • Croata: ogrebotina
  • Tcheco: škrábnutí
  • Dinamarquês: rift
  • Holandês: schram
  • Espanhol Europeu: rasguño
  • Finlandês: naarmu
  • Francês: égratignure
  • Alemão: Schramme
  • Grego: γδάρσιμο
  • Italiano: graffio
  • Japonês: かき傷
  • Coreano: 긁기
  • Norueguês: ripe
  • Polonês: zadrapanie
  • Português Europeu: arranhão
  • Romeno: zgârietură
  • Russo: царапина
  • Espanhol: rasguño
  • Sueco: repa
  • Tailandês: รอยข่วน
  • Turco: çizme boyasını vb
  • Ucraniano: подряпина
  • Vietnamita: vết xước
Inglês Britânico: scratch /skrætʃ/ VERB
with nails If you scratch part of your body, you rub your nails against your skin.
He scratched his head.
Don't scratch!
  • Inglês Americano: scratch
  • Árabe: يَخْدِشُ
  • Português Brasileiro: arranhar com as unhas
  • Chinês:
  • Croata: češati
  • Tcheco: škrábat
  • Dinamarquês: klø
  • Holandês: krabben
  • Espanhol Europeu: arañar
  • Finlandês: raapaista
  • Francês: griffer
  • Alemão: kratzen
  • Grego: γδέρνω
  • Italiano: graffiare
  • Japonês: 引っ掻く
  • Coreano: 긁다
  • Norueguês: klore
  • Polonês: podrapać
  • Português Europeu: arranhar
  • Romeno: a scărpina
  • Russo: царапать
  • Espanhol: arañar
  • Sueco: repa
  • Tailandês: เกา
  • Turco: çizmek arabanın boyasını vb
  • Ucraniano: чухати
  • Vietnamita: làm xước
Inglês Britânico: scratch /skrætʃ/ VERB
something sharp If a sharp thing scratches someone or something, it makes small cuts on their skin or on its surface.
The branches scratched my face.
  • Inglês Americano: scratch
  • Árabe: يَخْدِشُ
  • Português Brasileiro: arranhar
  • Chinês: 擦伤
  • Croata: ogrebati
  • Tcheco: poškrábat
  • Dinamarquês: rive
  • Holandês: krassen
  • Espanhol Europeu: arañar
  • Finlandês: raapia
  • Francês: égratigner
  • Alemão: kratzen
  • Grego: γρατζουνίζω
  • Italiano: graffiare
  • Japonês: ・・・に引っかき傷をつける
  • Coreano: 긁다
  • Norueguês: skrape
  • Polonês: podrapać
  • Português Europeu: arranhar
  • Romeno: a zgâria
  • Russo: царапать
  • Espanhol: rayar
  • Sueco: riva
  • Tailandês: ขีดข่วน ขูดขีด
  • Turco: çizmek
  • Ucraniano: дряпати
  • Vietnamita: làm xước da

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