The word scrap is a noun. Scrap means (1) the act of fighting; any contest or struggle, (2) a small piece of something that is left over after the rest has been used, (3) a small fragment of something broken off from the whole, (4) worthless material that is to be disposed of.
Scrap is also a verb that means (1) make into scrap or refuse, (2) have a disagreement over something, (3) dispose of (something useless or old).
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word scrap.
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Protesters in Hong Kong are refusing to back down after the city's embattled leader Carrie Lam ignored a deadline to permanently scrap a controversial extradition bill. CBS News foreign correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports from Hong Kong.
CBS News. Thursday, 20 Jun 2019 13:22:25 -0400.
Hong Kong's pro-Beijing leader said Monday she had no plans to scrap a controversial plan to allow extraditions to the Chinese mainland, a day after huge crowds came out to oppose the proposal. ...
Yahoo. Sunday, 09 Jun 2019 23:52:50 -0400.
France is set to bring in a new, wide-ranging transport law, but one small amendment in the bill could lead to cities having to scrap thousands of parking spaces.
The Local. Friday, 31 May 2019 11:55:41 +0200.
LONDON (AP) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to scrap a planned vote on her Brexit blueprint, after her attempt at compromise got the thumbs-down from her own party and the opposition. ...
Washington Times. Wednesday, 22 May 2019 05:41:38 -0400.