What is another word for scratch?

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[ skɹˈat͡ʃ], [ skɹˈat‍ʃ], [ s_k_ɹ_ˈa_tʃ]

The word "scratch" can be interchanged with a number of synonyms. For example, "scrape" can be used when referring to a surface being lightly damaged or when an object is removed by rubbing. "Nick" and "cut" can be used for a small cut or gash on a surface or skin as well. "Mark" is useful when describing the impression left by a sharp tool or fingernail. "Chafe" is appropriate for describing rubbing or irritation of a surface or skin. "Abraid" describes wearing away of material due to friction or constant movement. "Score" is often used in team sports to describe a point or goal made by a player or team.

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    Scratch is a programming language created at MIT in 1987 by Rob Leslie and Chris Sarao. It was originally conceived as an educational tool for teaching basic programming concepts to children, but is now used by hobbyists, educators, and businesses around the world.

    Scratch uses a visual programming language that allows users to create and edit programs on a virtual platform using a user-friendly editor. The language is free and open source, and offers a simple structure that encourages creativity. Programs can be exported to various formats for use in other programming languages or applications.

    Despite its simplicity, scratch offers a powerful platform that allows users to create sophisticated programs.

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