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Meaning of “graze” - Learner’s Dictionary

graze

verb     /ɡreɪz/
EAT [I]
When cows or other animals graze, they eat grass: Cattle grazed in the meadow.Animal (non-human) behaviourAnimal food
INJURE [T] mainly UK ( UK/US skin)
to injure your skin by rubbing it against something rough: I fell and grazed my knee.Cutting and stabbing
TOUCH [T]
to touch or move lightly along the surface or edge of something: A bullet grazed his cheek.Touching and feelingShowing affection
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