1. To make a small mark on an object which spoils its appearance. English = scratch, mark.
2. To be damaged or spoilt by having a small mark made on something. English = (be) scratched, (be) marked.
3. To make a small cut on your skin, or to have a small cut on your skin. English = scratch; (be) scratched.
4. To withdraw (a horse, etc.) from the list of entries in a race or competition. English = scratch.