Übersetzung von “scrape” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch


verbscrape /skreɪp/
transitive-intransitive to push a sharp or hard object across a surface

She scraped the paint off the wall.
Elle a gratté la peinture du mur.

He was scraping the bottom of the pan.
Il grattait le fond de la casserole.
transitive to injure or damage sth by pushing it against a rough surface
damage: érafler , injury: égratigner

I scraped my arm on the tree branch.
Je me suis égratigné le bras sur la branche d'arbre.
intransitive to make an unpleasant noise by rubbing against sth hard

The door scrapes on the floor when it opens.
La porte racle le sol en s'ouvrant.
scrape the bottom of the barrel
to be forced to use the worst of sth because there is nothing else
racler les fonds de tiroir

They were really scraping the bottom of the barrel when they hired him.
Ils ont vraiment raclé les fonds de tiroir quand ils l'ont engagé.

scrape by

verb phrasalscrape by [ ˈskreɪp ˈbaɪ ]
to have only enough money to buy very basic things
vivre chichement

We were scraping by on $1500 per month.
Nous vivions chichement avec 1 500 $ par mois.


noun countablescrape [ skreɪp ]
an injury to your skin from rubbing against sth rough
égratignure feminine

I got a few scrapes when I fell.
Je me suis fait quelques égratignures en tombant.
an unpleasant sound when sth scrapes against sth
raclement masculine

the scrape of the chairs on the floor
le raclement des chaises sur le sol

(Übersetzung von “scrape” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)


verb /skreip/

to rub against something sharp or rough, usually causing damage

He drove too close to the wall and scraped his car.

to clean, clear or remove by rubbing with something sharp

He scraped his boots clean
He scraped the paint off the door.

to make a harsh noise by rubbing

traîner des pieds, grincer
Stop scraping your feet!

to move along something while just touching it

The boat scraped against the landing-stage.

to make by scraping

faire en grattant
The dog scraped a hole in the sand.
scraper noun

a tool or instrument for scraping, especially one for scraping paint and wallpaper off walls etc.

scrape the bottom of the barrel

to (be obliged to) use the least useful, efficient, person or thing available

racler les fonds de tiroir
We’re short of players for the game but including John would really be scraping the bottom of the barrel.
scrape through

to only just avoid failing

passer de justesse
He scraped through his exams.
scrape together/up

to manage (with difficulty) to find (enough)

réunir (à grand-peine)
I’ll try to scrape a team together for tomorrow’s game.



a mark or slight wound made by scraping

éraflure, égratignure
a scrape on the knee.

a situation that may lead to punishment

The child is always getting into scrapes.

(Übersetzung von “scrape” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)