①If you scrape something from a surface, you remove it, especially by pulling a sharp object over the surface.【v.(尤指用锋利物)刮落,削掉，擦掉】
②If something scrapes against something else or if someone or something scrapes something else, it rubs against it, making a noise or causing slight damage.【v.摩擦使发出刺耳声;擦伤;蹭破】
③If you scrape a part of your body, you accidentally rub it against something hard and rough, and damage it slightly.【v.擦伤，刮破(身体部位)】
①She went round the car scraping the frost off the windows.
②The cab driver struggled with her luggage, scraping a bag against the door as they came in.
③She stumbled and fell, scraping her palms and knees.
in a/the scrape (自己导致的)窘境，困境【If you are in a scrape, you are in a difficult situation which you have caused yourself.】
We got into terrible scrapes.
used for telling someone to wait before doing something.
①Hold your horses Finn - not so fast! I have a question to ask you first.
②Hey, hey hey! Hold your horses. We didn't discuss you at all, as a matter of fact.
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