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scrap

noun /skrӕp/
a small piece or fragment
pedacito, retazo
a scrap of paper.
(usually in plural) a piece of food left over after a meal
restos, sobras
They gave the scraps to the dog.
waste articles that are only valuable for the material they contain
chatarra
The old car was sold as scrap (also adjective) scrap metal.
a picture etc for sticking into a scrapbook.
recorte
scrappy adjective ( comparative scrappier, superlative scrappiest) made up of bits and pieces
hecho de restos/sobras
a scrappy meal.
scrappily adverb
por fragmentos, a pedacitos
a scrappily conceded goal after a mix-up in the Chelsea defence.
scrappiness noun
carácter fragmentario
scrapbook noun a book with blank pages on which to stick pictures etc
álbum de recortes
The actor kept a scrapbook of newspaper cuttings about his career.
scrapheap noun a heap of waste material, unwanted objects etc
montón de deshechos
This old car is only fit for the scrapheap.
(Definition of scrap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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