An agricultural worker, digging in the grounds of a derelict plantation, scraped open a grave—the first of dozens in a burial ground some 3,000 years old.
一位农民在挖一个废弃的农场时发现了一个坟墓——这个坟墓有 3000 多年的历史了，而且只是深埋在地下的几十个中的第一个而已。来源于：剑雅10-Test3
Everton scraped a 1-0 win at Ipswich.
We'll be lucky to scrape a draw.
She scrapes a living singing jingles for TV.
The splints are smoothed by scraping with a drawknife.
I think I deserve to do some gum scraping too.
I'd scraped the back bumper.
The car hurtled past, scraping the wall.
She scraped her chair backward.
He scraped his hand on a rock.
She stumbled and fell, scraping her knees.
He scraped his boots clean.
Scrape the base of the pan with a wooden spoon.
She scraped plates into the bin.
Scrape the wax loose with a butter knife (be gentle with Berber carpets; the loops fray easily).
He might scrape home in the summer's elections.
We have scrimped and scraped for everything we've got.
The only sound is that of knives and forks scraping against china.
The sound of metal scraping on floor tiles came from the kitchen.
NATO's 19 member states must bow and scrape to Germany and France.
I got into a few scrapes and scraps.
She got up with a scrape of her chair.
I heard the scrape of a boot on the pavement.
There was a scrape on the knuckles of his right hand.
She got just a few scrapes and bruises.
He had clean water to wash my scrapes and cuts.
Give your tongue a good scrape.
Keep your shoes safe from dust, dirt and scrapes.
There was a scrape of yellow paint on the driver's side.
He saw the scratch marks, long thin scrapes.
She buried the remains with a few scrapes of a paw.
He has rescued her from many a scrape.
He's helped us out of a few scrapes.
We got into terrible scrapes.
He does tend to get into scrapes.