See also: grătar

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Of Germanic origin; probably borrowed from Frankish *kratton, from Proto-Germanic *krattōną. Compare French gratter, Italian grattare.

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gratar (first-person singular present grato, past participle gratat)

  1. to scratch (with the nails)
    Synonym: rascar

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Borrowed from Esperanto gratiEnglish grateFrench gratterItalian grattare.

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gratar (present tense gratas, past tense gratis, future tense gratos, imperative gratez, conditional gratus)

  1. (transitive) to scrape (against), scratch (lightly)

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