1. verb (past tense). to have gotten into a physical altercation with another person

2. verb. discarded

3. verb. to have broken a large piece of machinery such as a car down for spare parts or for the metal.
1. Last night at the bar, Jim drunkenly hit on Matt's girlfriend, so Matt and Jim scrapped in the parking lot.

2. It was a good idea but too expensive, so the idea had to be scrapped.

3. My car was fubar so I scrapped it at the junkyard.
by Marc February 25, 2004
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Being smacked by the new law that when you car isn't insured it is melted down to make wheelie bins even if you have not been in a crash.
"Dude you wanna hit me a lift to burger king"
"i didnt have no papers so I got scrapped"
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(verb) The act of collecting various discarded and unwanted scrap metals and taking such precious metals to a scrapyard for a small but helpful monetary reward. Scrapping is oftentimes very hard and dirty work for a relatively small payoff.
Johnny had been unemployed for a stretch now and was struggling to find any decent work. He had lately taken to the toil and trouble of scrapping so he could at least keep his cigarette habit and continue smoking.
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fighting, physical fight, punching , hand to hand fight
Man, those two fools were straight up scrapping.
by Kangoe Joe October 28, 2003
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A disrespectful term that Nortenos say to da Surs (surenos)...
"look at those scraps rite there, I'm finna pull licc on dat scrap"

"I can kill a scrap if you want me to (SCRAP KILLA)"
by shuky August 1, 2006
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The act of taking any item not nailed down, preferably items that can be sold at the scrap yard i.e. steel, aluminum, copper to make a living.
A good day of scrapping can get you a twenty dollar rock and a pack of cigarettes.

Deadbeat: Ma I'm locked up. Cops got me scrapping aluminum siding off a house.
Ma: Damn you! I told you not to call collect anymore from the jail! What jail you in?
Deadbeat: Ashtabula City. I was fixing to make $23.00 off that aluminum. I had $6.00 on me bastards took it for pay to stay.
Deadbeat: Gotta go they putting me in a cell. Love ya.
Ma: Love you too.
by CMBS6 January 3, 2008
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