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Translation of "scour" - English-Spanish dictionary

scour

verb   /skaʊər/
( also scour out) to remove dirt from something by rubbing it hard with something rough fregar, restregar You’ll have to scour out those old cooking pots before you use them.833
to search a place or thing very carefully in order to try to find something registrar, dar una batida en The police are scouring the area for the missing child. I scoured the shops for a blue and white shirt, but I couldn’t find one anywhere.1987
scour noun   →  Phrasal verbs scour sth out
(Definition of scour from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scour

verb /ˈskauə/
to clean by hard rubbing fregar, restregar The bath needs scouring.
(Definition of scour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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