Scratch Meaning In Urdu
Scratch Meaning in English to Urdu is نوچنا, as written in Urdu and Nochna, as written in Roman Urdu. There are many synonyms of Scratch which include Blemish, Gash, Graze, Hurt, Laceration, Score, Scrape, Claw Mark, etc.
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Definitions of Scratch
adj. Made, done, or happening by chance; arranged with little or no preparation; determined by circumstances; haphazard.
n. 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.
n. A line across the prize ring; up to which boxers are brought when they join fight; hence, test, trial, or proof of courage.
n. Minute, but tender and troublesome, excoriations, covered with scabs, upon the heels of horses which have been used where it is very wet or muddy.
n. A kind of wig covering only a portion of the head.
n. A shot which scores by chance and not as intended by the player; a fluke.
n. a shot which results in a penalty, such as dropping the cue ball in a pocket without hitting another ball.
n. In various sports, the line from which the start is made, except in the case of contestants receiving a distance handicap.
intransitive v. To use the claws or nails in tearing or in digging; to make scratches.
intransitive v. To score, not by skillful play but by some fortunate chance of the game.
transitive v. To rub and tear or mark the surface of with something sharp or ragged; to scrape, roughen, or wound slightly by drawing something pointed or rough across, as the claws, the nails, a pin, or the like.
transitive v. To write or draw hastily or awkwardly.
transitive v. To cancel by drawing one or more lines through, as the name of a candidate upon a ballot, or of a horse in a list; hence, to erase; to efface; -- often with out.
transitive v. To dig or excavate with the claws.
Form Verb (used With Object)
How To Spell Scratch [skrach]
Origin of Scratch Late Middle English: probably a blend of the synonymous dialect words scrat and cratch, both of uncertain origin; compare with Middle Low German kratsen and Old High German krazzōn.