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Definition of 'scrap'

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Synonyms of 'scrap'

leftovers, remains, bits, slops
get rid of, drop, abandon, shed

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British English: scrap /skræp/ NOUN
small piece A scrap of something is a very small piece or amount of it.
...a fire fuelled by scraps of wood.
  • American English: scrap small piece
  • Arabic: قِطْعَةٌ صَغِيرَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pedacinho
  • Chinese: 碎屑
  • Croatian: komadić
  • Czech: kousek
  • Danish: stump
  • Dutch: stukje
  • European Spanish: pedazo retazo
  • Finnish: palanen
  • French: bout
  • German: Stückchen
  • Greek: κομματάκι
  • Italian: pezzetto
  • Japanese: 小片 small piece
  • Korean: 조각
  • Norwegian: bit
  • Polish: drobina mały kawałek
  • European Portuguese: pedaço
  • Romanian: bucățică
  • Russian: кусок
  • Spanish: pedazo
  • Swedish: bit skärva
  • Thai: เศษชิ้นเล็กชิ้นน้อย
  • Turkish: parça
  • Ukrainian: шматочок
  • Vietnamese: mảnh nhỏ
British English: scrap /skræp/ NOUN
fight You can refer to a fight or a argument as a scrap.
Most of the boys got into scraps now and then.
  • American English: scrap dispute
  • Arabic: عِرَاك
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rixa
  • Chinese: 争吵
  • Croatian: svađa
  • Czech: hádka
  • Danish: klammeri
  • Dutch: ruzie
  • European Spanish: bronca
  • Finnish: riita
  • French: bagarre
  • German: Schrott
  • Greek: τσακωμός
  • Italian: litigio
  • Japanese: けんか 争い
  • Korean: 싸움
  • Norwegian: sammenstøt
  • Polish: bójka spór
  • European Portuguese: rixa
  • Romanian: încleștare
  • Russian: перебранка
  • Spanish: bronca
  • Swedish: gräl
  • Thai: การต่อสู้
  • Turkish: kavga
  • Ukrainian: сварка
  • Vietnamese: cuộc cãi lộn
British English: scrap /skræp/ VERB
If you scrap something, you get rid of it or cancel it.
These plans were scrapped late last night.
  • American English: scrap
  • Arabic: يُلْغي
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cancelar
  • Chinese: 废弃
  • Croatian: otkazati
  • Czech: vyřadit do odpadu
  • Danish: skrotte
  • Dutch: annuleren
  • European Spanish: desguazar
  • Finnish: heittää roskiin
  • French: jeter poubelle
  • German: verschrotten
  • Greek: αχρηστεύω
  • Italian: demolire
  • Japanese: 廃棄する
  • Korean: 폐기하다
  • Norwegian: skrote
  • Polish: przeznaczyć na złom
  • European Portuguese: cancelar
  • Romanian: a da la gunoi
  • Russian: выбрасывать
  • Spanish: desguazar
  • Swedish: gräla
  • Thai: ยกเลิก
  • Turkish: atmak
  • Ukrainian: викидати через непридатність
  • Vietnamese: hủy bỏ
British English: scrap ADJECTIVE
Scrap metal or paper is no longer wanted for its original purpose, but may have some other use.
There's always tons of scrap paper in Dad's office.
  • American English: scrap
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sobra
  • Chinese: 废弃的
  • European Spanish: de desecho
  • French: brouillon
  • German: Alt-
  • Italian: di scarto
  • Japanese: くずの
  • Korean: 폐품인
  • European Portuguese: sobra
  • Spanish: de desecho

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