What is the difference between a cut and a scratch/scrape
Cuts are puncture wounds, scratches are semi/surface cuts and scrapes are abrasions of the skin.
A cut is deeper and it bleeds more. A scratch or cut usually is near the surface of the skin, and it doesn't bleed much.
Cuts are usually deeper than a scratch/scrape. cuts also bleed more. some scratches barely bleed at all
A cut would be an incision created by a sharp edge - typically linear. A scratch/scrape is an abrasion created by a dull or rough surface - typically covers a defined area.
One bleeds, the other is what makes lesser men cry!
A cut goes kind of deep and bleeds, unless you have something to hold on it. A scratch usually bleeds a tiny bit, or not at all because it only cuts the very surface of skin.