- n. 碎片；残余物；打架；少量
- vt. 废弃；使解体；拆毁
- adj. 废弃的；零碎的
- vi. 吵架
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来自 scrape 对词形式，来自 scrape,刮，擦，磨，引申词义碎片，废料，垃圾等。
- scrap (v.1)
- "to make into scrap," 1883 (of old locomotives), from scrap (n.1). Related: Scrapped; scrapping.
- scrap (v.2)
- "to fight, brawl, box," 1867, colloquial, from scrap (n.2). Related: Scrapped; scrapping.
- scrap (n.1)
- "small piece," late 14c., from Old Norse skrap "scraps, trifles," from skrapa "to scrape, scratch, cut" (see scrape (v.)). Meaning "remains of metal produced after rolling or casting" is from 1790. Scrap iron first recorded 1794.
- scrap (n.2)
- "fight," 1846, possibly a variant of scrape (n.1) on the notion of "an abrasive encounter." Weekley and OED suggest obsolete colloquial scrap "scheme, villainy, vile intention" (1670s).
- 1. There's always tons of scrap paper in Dad's office.
- 2. A crumpled scrap of paper was found in her handbag.
- 3. He went to prison for receiving stolen scrap iron.
- 4. Thousands of Europe's tanks and guns are going to the scrap heap.
- 5. Billy Bonds has never been one to avoid a scrap.
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