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

The meaning of "Scratch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does scratch a forearm andpronounciation of forearm mean?
A: Forearm is the part of your arm from your wrist until your elbow. (前腕, according to my dictionary) To scratch it means to mark the surface of it with something sharp
Q: What does scratch the surface mean?
A: Scratch the surface means, understand the basics, or just starting to realize
Q: What does scratch out a trade mean?
A: scratch out=To decide not to go ahead with (something previously arranged)
Q: What does Not a scratch mean?
A: @qwqwq0827: It means without harm or injury, not even a small one.
Q: What does from scratch mean?
A: It means starting from the beginning. So if you're making a recipe from scratch, then you're only using ingredients, not pre-made stuff. If you're starting over from scratch, then you are starting over from before you did anything. Basically, you're back at the planning stage.

Example sentences using "Scratch"

Q: Please show me example sentences with not a scratch.
A: - My car got hit but it didn't have any damage. - Really? - Yes, not a scratch!
Q: Please show me example sentences with from scratch.
A: I made this cake from scratch I did this project from scratch I cooked this meal from scratch I made this costume from scratch
Q: Please show me example sentences with It's not up to scratch.
A: The food in this restaurant is not up to scratch. Your most recent work is not up to scratch. I'm trying to bring my example sentences up to scratch but I never actually use this phrase in real life.
Q: Please show me example sentences with from scratch.
A: I guess we'll have to start from scratch again. He started from scratch.
Q: Please show me example sentences with from scratch.
A: We're going to have to start over from scratch. My mom has baked us cookies from scratch. We lost all of our work in the flood, so we had to start from scratch.

Synonyms of "Scratch" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between scratch and scrub and scrape ?
A: Scratch: use something with an multiple edges (such as fingernails) over an area Ex- I scratched my back because it was itchy. Scrub- use something rough or of cleaning material (such as a sponge) over an area to achieve a result Ex- I used the sponge to scrub the dishes clean. Scrape: use something sharp or precise to specifically get something off of another material. Ex- She scraped the glue off of the table.
Q: What is the difference between scratch the surface and skim the surface ?
A: "Scratch the surface" is a much more common expression in the US. It means to make a very small start on a big project. "Our efforts to halt climate change have only scratched the surface." To "skim the surface" means to do something in a superficial way. "This book only skims the surface of the subject."
Q: What is the difference between I had a scratch on my knee. and I had a scrape on my knee. ?
Q: What is the difference between scratch and graze ?
A: A scratch is done by something sharp -- nails, or the very tip of a knife, or the tip of a branch, or a thorn, or something of that nature. In the context of injuries. (there could be a little more blood oozing from the scratches and they would still be scratches, but a significantly deeper cut with a similarly sharp object would be a "gash") A graze is more of an abrasion by the ground, some other hard surface, or a relatively blunt object. In the context of injuries.
Q: What is the difference between scratch and scrape ?
A: A scratch is usually like a 'line shape'. A scrape usually covers a larger area. When someone scratches their knee, the scar would be a line, but if someone scrapes their knee, usually the scar would be larger/wider. I hope this explanation makes sense ^^;

Translations of "Scratch"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I learn English by myself from scratch. Is this the right order of words?
A: You can say ‘I have’ or the contraction ‘I’ve’ learned English by myself from scratch. Or an easier way to say it is that you were self-taught.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scratch and save
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scratching
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? from scratch
A: You just answered your own question.

Other questions about "Scratch"

Q: Hey scratch my back for me, please. It's itching. does this sound natural?
A: yes thats perfect! you could also say "hey scratch my back for me please, it has an itch." but thats usually if its itching in only one place.
Q: 表面に傷無き事! There should be no a scratch on a surface! does this sound natural?
A: there should not be any scratches on the surface
Q: 傷、変形無き事! There should be not a scratch and deformation! does this sound natural?
A: there shouldn't be a scratch nor deformation
Q: Scratch means cut or mark that something sharp or rough has made. For example, Hilda's hands were covered with scratches from the rose bush. does this sound natural?
A: Work on the "d", "s" and "es" sounds more!
Q: Hey scratch my itchy place😂 does this sound natural?
A: I would say, "Hey, can you scratch my (place that is itchy)?"

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