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"Rasp" is an English equivalent of the Italian word raspa.

Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine noun. It refers to the "rasp", which looks like a file but is bigger-toothed and sparser. The pronunciation will be "RAH-spah" in Italian.

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โˆ™ 2017-12-28 16:13:42

"Rasp" as a noun and "He (it, one, she) scratches," "(You) scratch!" or "You scrape" as a verb are English equivalents of the Italian word raspa. The feminine singular noun translates not only as the big-toothed, sparser file-like rasp but also as the braking between poles in cross-country skiing. The pronunciation will be "RA-spa" in Pisan Italian.

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