Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Scrape"

The meaning of "Scrape" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does scrounge for scrapes mean?
A: scrounge for scraps. scraps are like leftovers of food. it can be literal or an expression and means you are getting the leftovers or have to look around (scrounge) for the leftovers.
Q: What does scrape up mean?
A: In this case, it means remove/take off
Q: What does scrape me up off the floor mean?
A: It means pick me up from the floor.

People usually use this phrase when they are too tired and are laying down on the floor.
Q: What does scrape mean?
A: When something is rubbed against something else , but it is harshly rubbed .
Example : I scraped my arm against the slide
Q: What does keep out
scrape up
break away
scoot over
hold out
doze off mean?
A: Keep out means do not come in. If there's a sign on a door saying keep out it means they do not want you in that room. Scrape up means to pull up something. Like scraping up gum. Break away means separating. The boat broke away from the ship means the boat separated from the ship. Scoot over means to move over. If someone is sitting too close and you need room you tell them to scoot over. Hold out means to wait a few minutes. Doze off means you're falling asleep but not completely asleep

Example sentences using "Scrape"

Q: Please show me example sentences with scrape.
A: I scrape the gum off the desk

I fell by accident and scraped my knee

I scrapped the skin off the potato
Q: Please show me example sentences with scrape.
A: I scraped gum off of my shoe.
Q: Please show me example sentences with scrape.
A: @zeliha_k She scraped her knee on the cement.

My mom always scrapes the burnt parts of the toast off.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'to bow and scrape'.
A: I always defer to him, but it seems he wants me to bow and scrape.
Be polite and obedient, but don't surrender your independence; don't let them think you intend to bow and scrape to them.
Q: Please show me example sentences with scrape.
A: "I have gum on the bottom of my shoe. I need to scrape it off."

"I fell and now I have a scrape on my arm."

"We need to scrape off the old paint on the house so we can paint it a different color."

Synonyms of "Scrape" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to scrape and to graze ?
A: In terms of getting hurt, they are the same; both are a mild scratch that may result in tough skin and a little blood, such as rug burn or falling on concrete.
Q: What is the difference between scrape and rub ?
A: to rub is just a motion, when you scrape there is a result. for example: I rub my skin. Theres no result. but: I scrape my skin. The result is that your skin is scraped(slightly injured).
Q: What is the difference between scrape and scratch ?
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Q: What is the difference between scrape and scratch ?
A: To scratch is to make a long mark in a surface. To scrape is to mar or remove the surface, usually in a much wider area than a scratch.

A stick or a key could scratch your car. A tree, another car, a stone wall, or a light post could scrape it.

Translations of "Scrape"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scrape through
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Other questions about "Scrape"

Q: Please scrape your shoes on the doormat well, before entering my house. does this sound natural?
A: Please *wipe* your shoes on the doormat before entering my house.

We say "wipe" your shoes.
You don't need the word "well".
And you don't need the comma.
Q: scrape, scuff, stain, canary, compartment, bright, stow. does this sound natural?
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Q: He scraped himself. does this sound natural?
A: It's natural, but refers to a very specific type of injury. A scrape looks like the picture, and only like the picture.

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