scratch

  1. an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off
  2. dry mash for poultry
  3. a harsh noise made by scraping
  4. poor handwriting
  5. an indication of damage

Scratch

[soundtrack] Scratch is the soundtrack to the 2001 documentary Scratch directed by Doug Pray. Scratch examines cultural and historical perspectives on the birth and evolution of hip-hop disc jockeys (DJs), scratching and turntablism and includes interviews with some of hip-hop`s most famous and respected DJs. ==Track list== ...
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scratch

A deep line or groove in a coin caused by contact with a sharp or rough object (much more dramatic than a hairline).
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scratch

A product deleted from a retailer's order because the warehouse is out of stock. Also called a short. See cut.
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scratch

[n] - an indication of damage 2. [v] - cut the surface of
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Scratch

1) A descriptive term meaning 'temporary'.
2) A scratch vocal is a vocal done during a basic recording session to help the musicians play their parts. At a later date the final vocal track is overdubbed.
3) The action of a musician or disc jockey quickly moving a record back and forth with a phono cartridge reproducing the stylus motion to cr...
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Scratch

Scratch transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Scratched ; present participle & verbal noun Scratching .] [ Middle English cracchen (perhaps influenced by Middle English scratten to scratch); confer Old High German
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Scratch

Scratch intransitive verb 1. To use the claws or nails in tearing or in digging; to make scratches. « Dull, tame things, . . . that will neither bite nor scratch Dr. H. More. 2. (Billiards) To score, not by skillful play but by some fortunate chanc...
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Scratch

Scratch noun 1. A break in the surface of a thing made by scratching, or by rubbing with anything pointed or rough; a slight wound, mark, furrow, or incision. « The coarse file . . . makes deep scratches in the work.» Moxon. « These nails with scratches...
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Scratch

Scratch adjective Made, done, or happening by chance; arranged with little or no preparation; determined by circumstances; haphazard; as, a scratch team; a scratch crew for a boat race; a scratch shot in billiards. [ Slang] Scratch race , one without restrictions regar...
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Scratch

Scratch noun In various sports, the line from which the start is made, except in the case of contestants receiving a distance handicap.
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scratch

1. A break in the surface of a thing made by scratching, or by rubbing with anything pointed or rough; a slight wound, mark, furrow, or incision. 'The coarse file . . . Makes deep scratches in the work.' (Moxon) 'These nails with scratches deform my breast.' (Prior) 'God forbid a shallow scratch should drive The prince of Wales from such a field as...
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scratch

scrape noun an indication of damage
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scratch

grave verb carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface; `engrave a pen`; `engraved the winner`s name onto the trophy cup`; `the lovers scratched their names into the bark of the tree`
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scratch

excise verb remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line; `Please strike this remark from the record`; `scratch that remark`
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scratch

(skrach) to scrape or rub a surface lightly with the nails or with a sharp or jagged instrument, particularly to relieve itching. to make shallow cuts on a surface. a slight wound; called also excoriation.
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Scratch

• (n.) In various sports, the line from which the start is made, except in the case of contestants receiving a distance handicap. • (a.) Made, done, or happening by chance; arranged with little or no preparation; determined by circumstances; haphazard; as, a scratch team; a scratch crew for a boat race; a scratch shot in billiards. •...
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scratch

an area of the recording surface where the coated magnetic material has been damaged or removed, and where the width of the damaged area is small compared to its length NOTE - See figure 806-20.
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Scratch

Scratch is slang for money, especially paper money.
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Scratch

Scratch is slang for money, especially paper money.
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scratch

Par play. A zero handicap.
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Scratch

The withdrawal of a greyhound from a race. Scratches at Mile High are listed by race number then greyhound number.
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Scratch

A player without handicap meaning that he can complete the course on par.
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Scratch

Without benefit of handicap; actual score.
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Scratch

[programming language] Scratch is a multimedia authoring tool that can be used by students, scholars, teachers, and parents for a range of educational and entertainment constructivist purposes from math and science projects, including simulations and visualizations of experiments, recording lectures with animated presentations, to social sc...
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