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Turkish translation of “scratch”

scratch

verb
 
 
/skrætʃ/
RUB SKIN [I, T] B2 to rub your skin with your nails, often to stop it itching (= feeling unpleasant)
kaşımak, çizmek, sıyırmak, hafifçe yırtmak
He scratched his head.Scratching and rubbing
HURT/DAMAGE [T] B2 to make a slight cut or long, thin mark with a sharp object
çizmek, tırmalamak, sivri bir şeyle çizerek yaralamak
The surface was all scratched. I scratched myself on the roses.Cutting and stabbingDamaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
RUB SURFACE [I, T] B2 to rub a hard surface with a sharp object, often making a noise
kazımak, kazıyarak çıkarmak
I could hear the cat scratching at the door.Scratching and rubbing
(Definition of scratch verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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