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Turkish translation of “scratch”

scratch

noun
 
 
/skrætʃ/
HURT/DAMAGE [C] B2 a slight cut or a long, thin mark made with a sharp object
çizik, sıyrık, hafif yırtık
I've got all these scratches on my arm from the cat.Cutting and stabbing
RUB SKIN [no plural] when you rub your skin with your nails, often to stop it itching (= feeling unpleasant)
kaşıma
Could you give my back a scratch?Scratching and rubbing
from scratch If you do something from scratch, you do it from the beginning.
sıfırdan, ilk başından
Starting and beginningStarting again
(Definition of scratch noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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