Re: what are the difference between scare up,scrape together and scrape up
The other two can both be used to talk about getting money. If I were physically searching my house for coins etc, I'd say I managed to scrape together the money needed.
how about the phrase " Scare up"?
how about the phrase " Scare up"? Do you have any thing in common
Re: how about the phrase " Scare up"?
Scare up does have that meaning in American English- get something you need with difficulty. We don't use it in British English at all.
Last edited by Tdol; 06-Apr-2005 at 12:20.
Thank you very much for your reply to my questions. Are you from UK or US?
Re: Thank you
I'm from the UK, but currently living in Tokyo.