scuff

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball
To scrape the feet while walking
Caused by scraping, usually with one's feet

Someone left scuff marks in the sand.

A 'moving stamp' that normally ends with a stretched foot
get or become scuffed; "These patent leather shoes scuffed"
get or become scuffed; "These patent leather shoes scuffed
poke at with the foot or toe
the act of scuffing (scraping or dragging the feet)
the act of scuffing (scraping or dragging the feet) poke at with the foot or toe mar by scuffing; "scuffed shoes" get or become scuffed; "These patent leather shoes scuffed
{i} scratching or scraping sound; act of scratching or scraping; flat-heeled slipper that covers only the toes; abrasion, scratch mark, mark caused by scuffing
Disfigurement of polish film resulting from an abrading or scraping action which is usually repairable without recoating
To brush the heel forward, scuffing it on the floor as it moves forward
{f} walk while dragging one's feet; scratch, cause an abrasion; become scratched or abraded
walk without lifting the feet
                     1                      1                  The heel strikes the ground in a forward movement Shuffle                 2                      3                  (Count 1&2) A step pattern performed in any direction
mar by scuffing; "scuffed shoes"
the act of scuffing (scraping or dragging the feet) poke at with the foot or toe mar by scuffing; "scuffed shoes"
The back part of the neck; the scruff
a slipper that has no fitting around the heel
Caused by scraping, usually with ones feet
If you scuff something or if it scuffs, you mark the surface by scraping it against other things or by scraping other things against it. Constant wheelchair use will scuff almost any floor surface Molded plastic is almost indestructible, but scuffs easily. + scuffed scuffed scuffed brown shoes
If you scuff your feet, you pull them along the ground as you walk. Polly, bewildered and embarrassed, dropped her head and scuffed her feet. = drag
a flat-soled slipper without quarter or heel strap [Compare mule]
A wearing away of the surface through abrasion or a thermo-mechanical displacement of the upper surface of the floor covering by friction from traffic bodies
To walk without lifting the feet; to proceed with a scraping or dragging movement; to shuffle
A tire that has been used at least once and is saved for future racing A lap or two is enough to "scuff" it in
scuff mark
A mark on something caused by something else scuffing against it
scuff mark
Scuff marks are marks made on a smooth surface when something is rubbed against it. Scuff marks from shoes are difficult to remove
scuffed
referring to something that has been scratched or marked by contact with another object

I bought a scuffed skateboard from a second-hand store.

scuffed
Past participle of scuff

I scuffed my shoe on the door.

scuffed
{s} worn, tattered, marked with scratches or abrasions
scuffing
Abnormal engine wear due to localized welding and fracture It can be prevented through the use of antiwear, extreme-pressure and friction modifier additives
scuffing
Descriptive term relating to gears These are dragged, roughened surfaces due to lubrication failure Not as severe as scoring or galling
scuffing
present participle of scuff
scuffing
engine wear resulting from the localized welding and fracture of rubbing surfaces
scuffing
mechanical disturbance of a rubbing surface with no appreciable surface roughness to feel
scuffing
a print defect which allows the print to mark severely when rubbed
scuffs
{i} mules, flat-heeled slipper that covers only the toes
scuffs
third-person singular of scuff
scuffs
a slipper that has no fitting around the heel
scuff
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