Bedeutung von “scratch” — Learner’s Dictionary


noun us uk /skrætʃ/

B2 a slight cut or a long, thin mark made with a sharp object:

I've got all these scratches on my arm from the cat.
RUB SKIN [ no plural ]

If you give something a scratch, you rub your skin with your nails, often to stop it itching (= feeling unpleasant). :

Could you give my back a scratch?
from scratch

If you do something from scratch, you do it from the beginning:

We didn't have any furniture of our own so we had to start from scratch.

(Definition von “scratch noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)