Definition of Abrade. Meaning of Abrade. Synonyms of Abrade

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Definition of Abrade

Abrade
Abrade Ab*rade", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Abraded; p. pr. & vb. n. Abrading.] [L. abradere, abrasum, to scrape off; ab + radere to scrape. See Rase, Raze.] To rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction; as, to abrade rocks. --Lyell.
Abrade
Abrade A*brade", v. t. Same as Abraid. [Obs.]

Meaning of Abrade from wikipedia

- Ab****n may refer to: Ab****n (medical), a wound consisting of superficial damage to the skin Ab****n (dental), the loss of tooth structure by mechanical...
- An abradable coating is a coating made of an abradable materialmeaning if it rubs against a more abrasive material in motion, the former will be worn...
- Emery paper is a type of abrasive paper or sandpaper, that can be used to abrade (remove material from) surfaces or mechanically finish a surface. Operations...
- because the ice has rock embedded in the basal surface it can effectively abrade the bedrock. Most glacial striations were exposed by the retreat of glaciers...
- significant toll on the body. The grit and sand from stone-ground flour abraded teeth, leaving them susceptible to abscesses (though caries were rare)...
- Using a file to abrade the surface...
- wearing away wooden or stone steps over decades or centuries or glaciers abrading stone valleys. Typically, materials used as abrasives are either hard minerals...
- matter is to be removed. It is used on automotive paintwork to cut through (abrade) oxidised paint or to polish out scratches in the paintwork. The oxidised...
- Abradable Powder Coatings (APC), also known as Additive/Abradable Powder Coatings (AAPC's), are a cl**** of abradable materials that are applied using standard...
- that tambalacoque seeds germinated, albeit very rarely, without being abraded during digestion. Others have contested his hypothesis and suggested that...
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