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  • 1Scrap — metal redirects here. For other uses, see Scrap Metal (disambiguation). 3R Concepts Waste Disposal Hierarchy Reduce Reuse Recycle Barter Dematerialization …

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  • 2scrap — scrap; scrap·er; scrap·i·ana; scrap·ie; scrap·ler; scrap·man; scrap·page; scrap·pi·ly; scrap·pi·ness; sky·scrap·er; sky·scrap·ered; scrap·per; scrap·ple; scrap·py; scrap·ing·ly; scrap·pler; …

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  • 3Scrap — (skr[a^]p), n. [OE. scrappe, fr. Icel. skrap trifle, cracking. See {Scrape}, v. t.] 1. Something scraped off; hence, a small piece; a bit; a fragment; a detached, incomplete portion. [1913 Webster] I have no materials not a scrap. De Quincey.… …

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  • 4scrap — [n1] tiny bit of something atom, bite, bits and pieces*, butt, castoff, chip, chunk, crumb, cutting, discard, end, fragment, glob, gob, grain, hunk, iota, jot, junk, leaving, leftover*, lump, mite, modicum, morsel, mouthful, odds and ends*, orts …

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  • 5scrap´pi|ly — scrap|py1 «SKRAP ee», adjective, pi|er, pi|est. 1. made up of odds and ends: »a scrappy meal of leftovers. 2. fragmentary; disconnected; disjointed …

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  • 6scrap|py — scrap|py1 «SKRAP ee», adjective, pi|er, pi|est. 1. made up of odds and ends: »a scrappy meal of leftovers. 2. fragmentary; disconnected; disjointed …

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  • 7scrap — ● scrap nom masculin (anglais scrap, fragment) Caoutchouc tel qu il est recueilli sur l écorce des hévéas et contenant généralement des débris d écorce. scrap [skʀap] n. m. ÉTYM. 1861; mot angl. « fragment ». ❖ ♦ Anglic. Techn. Latex de l hévéa… …

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  • 8scrap — Ⅰ. scrap [1] ► NOUN 1) a small piece or amount of something, especially one that is left over after the greater part has been used. 2) (scraps) bits of uneaten food left after a meal. 3) material discarded for reprocessing. ► VERB (scrapped …

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  • 9scrap — vb *discard, junk, cast, shed, molt, slough scrap n *brawl, broil, fracas, melee, row, rumpus Analogous words: *quarrel, altercation, squabble, wrangle: fight, affray, fray, combat (see CONTEST) …

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  • 10scrap — scrap1 [skrap] n. [ME scrappe < ON skrap, scraps, trifles < skrapa, to SCRAPE] 1. a small piece; bit; fragment; shred 2. a bit of something written or printed; brief extract 3. a) discarded metal in the form of machinery, auto parts, etc.… …

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  • 11Scrap — Scrap. См. лом. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …

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  • 12scrap — index bicker, brawl, reject, salvage Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13scrap|er — «SKRAY puhr», noun. 1. an instrument or tool for scraping: »We removed the loose paint with a scraper. 2. a person who scrapes: a) Figurative. a person who scrapes together money meanly; miser. b) a fiddler, as a person who scrapes the strings.… …

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  • 14scrap|ie — «SKRAY pee», noun. a virus disease of sheep which attacks the nervous system, usually causing death: »Scrapie is…so named because bleating victims rub themselves against posts or wire to relieve the itching (Time) …

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  • 15scrap — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 small piece or amount ADJECTIVE ▪ little, small, tiny ▪ She scribbled the address on a little scrap of paper. ▪ last ▪ He removed the last sc …

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  • 16scrap — ▪ I. scrap scrap 1 [skræp] noun [uncountable] materials or objects that can no longer be used for the purpose they were made for, but that can be used again in another way: • The car was eventually sold for scrap. • Scrap metal can be recycled. • …

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