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Look up scratch in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Scratch may refer to:
A scratch is physical damage such as a groove in a physical surface such as a painted or unpainted surface, or the skin
A chipmunk scratching itselfScratching is a response caused by an itch
Scratches is a bacterial infection found in horses, also known as mud fever
Scratching, the technique of playing dampened strings on the guitar
A scratch is the accidental act of knocking the cue ball into a hole in billiards.
On scratch is the term used in handicap competitions for a player with no handicap or the maximum handicap (depending on the way the handicap is rendered), thus having to perform better than every other competitor to win
Scratching, the technique of moving a vinyl record back and forth with your hand while it is playing on a turntable
Scratch (magazine) is a Hip-Hop magazine.
Scratch is slang for money.
Scratching is a recent variation of graffiti in which tags are scratched into windows, usually of public transportation vehicles and street furniture.
Scratch (hacker jargon), in hacker jargon, a data structure or recording medium attached to a machine for testing or temporary-use purposes
Scratch (programming language), a visual programming language
Scratch (television), a term used in television's Nielsen Ratings system for a program which registers below a certain number a viewers and cannot be measured by the ratings provider due to the show being under the provider's sampling size
Scratch Orchestra, an orchestra founded by Cornelius Cardew
"Scratch", the nickname of influential Jamaican recording artist Lee "Scratch" Perry
Scratch (album), an album released by Kaela Kimura
Scratches (game), a mystery adventure computer game by Nucleosys
Scratch (film), a documentary film about disc jockeys and hip hop culture
Scratch (soundtrack), the soundtrack to the Scratch (film)
Scratch and Grounder, fictional robots who appeared in the TV show Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and the game Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine that was based on the TV show.
Scratch (play), a 1971 stage play by Archibald MacLeish
"Old Scratch", a colloquialism for the devil, as indicated by the name of the character in the Stephen Vincent Benét short story, "The Devil and Daniel Webster"
Scratch Addict, a hard rock metal band from Baltimore/Washington DC. Using "Scratch" as a reference to "Old Scratch" or the devil.
"Scratch," a song by Morphine from their 1995 album Yes
Scratch is one of the nicknames for the Brazilian national sports teams (as the Brazil national football team).
Scratch (musician) is a DJ and former member of the Roots.
Scratchcard, a token where information is revealed by scratching off an opaque substance.
Scratch, a color grading software developed by Assimilate