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scrap

US [skræp]
UK [skræp]
  • n.小块(纸、布匹等);丝毫;一丁点;残羹剩饭
  • v.废弃;取消;抛弃;报废
  • Web废料;碎片;小片
Plural Form:scraps  Past Tense:scrapped  Present Participle:scrapping  
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n.
— see also
scrappy
1.
[c]
碎片,小块(纸、布匹等)a small piece of sth, especially paper, cloth, etc.
She scribbled his phone number on a scrap of paper.
她把他的电话号码匆匆写在一张小纸片上。
scraps of information
零星消息
She was just a scrap of a thing(= small and thin) .
她是个不起眼的小东西。
2.
[sing]
丝毫;一丁点a small amount of sth
It won't make a scrap of difference .
这不会有丝毫的差别。
There's not a scrap of evidence to support his claim.
没有丝毫证据支持他的说法。
a barren landscape without a scrap of vegetation
寸草不生的贫瘠地带
3.
[pl]
残羹剩饭food left after a meal
Give the scraps to the dog.
把剩菜喂狗吧。
4.
[u]
废料;废品things that are not wanted or cannot be used for their original purpose, but which have some value for the material they are made of
We sold the car for scrap(= so that any good parts can be used again) .
我们把车当废品卖了。
scrap metal
废金属
a scrap dealer(= a person who buys and sells scrap )
废品商人
5.
[c]
(informal)
打架;争吵a short fight or disagreement
He was always getting into scraps at school.
他在学校老跟人打架。
v.
1.
[t][oftpass]
~ sth
废弃;取消;抛弃;报废to cancel or get rid of sth that is no longer practical or useful
They had been forced to scrap plans for a new school building.
他们已被迫撤销了建筑新校舍的计划。
The oldest of the aircraft were scrapped.
最老的飞机报废了。
2.
[i]
(informal)
打架to fight with sb
The bigger boys started scrapping.
年龄较大的男孩打了起来。

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