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a·bra·sion

 (ə-brā′zhən)
n.
1. The process of wearing down or rubbing away by means of friction.
2.
a. A scraped or worn area.
b. A scraped area on the skin or on a mucous membrane, resulting from injury or irritation.

[Medieval Latin abrāsiō, abrāsiōn-, from Latin abrāsus, past participle of abrādere, to scrape off; see abrade.]

abrasion

(əˈbreɪʒən)
n
1. the process of scraping or wearing down by friction
2. a scraped area or spot; graze
3. (Physical Geography) geography the effect of mechanical erosion of rock, esp a river bed, by rock fragments scratching and scraping it; wearing down. Compare attrition4, corrasion
[C17: from Medieval Latin abrāsiōn-, from the past participle of Latin abrādere to abrade]

a•bra•sion

(əˈbreɪ ʒən)

n.
1. a scraped spot or area; the result of rubbing or abrading: abrasions on his leg.
2. the act or process of abrading.
[1650–60; < Medieval Latin abrāsiō < Latin abrād(ere) (see abrade)]

ab·ra·sion

(ə-brā′zhən)
1. The process of wearing away or rubbing down by means of friction.
2. A scraped area on the skin.

abrasion

In photography, a scratch or mark produced mechanically on an emulsion surface or film base.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.abrasion - an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn offabrasion - an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off
graze - a superficial abrasion
rope burn - abrasion (usually on the hands) caused by friction from a rope
wound, lesion - an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)
2.abrasion - erosion by frictionabrasion - erosion by friction      
eating away, eroding, erosion, wearing, wearing away - (geology) the mechanical process of wearing or grinding something down (as by particles washing over it)
3.abrasion - the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or iceabrasion - the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice
rubbing, friction - the resistance encountered when one body is moved in contact with another

abrasion

noun
1. (Medical) graze, scratch, trauma (Pathology), scrape, scuff, chafe, surface injury He had severe abrasions to his right cheek.
2. rubbing, wear, scratching, scraping, grating, friction, scouring, attrition, corrosion, wearing down, erosion, scuffing, chafing, grinding down, wearing away, abrading The sole of the shoe should be designed to take constant abrasion.
Translations
كَشْط ، خَدْش، حَكْ
абразия
odřenina
hudafskrabning
hiertymähiomapölyhiontakuluma
abrasionécorchuresurcreusement
skráma
abrazyvinisįdrėskimasnubrozdinimasšvitras
noberzumsnobrāzums

abrasion

[əˈbreɪʒən] N (= act, injury) → abrasión f, escoriación f

abrasion

[əˈbreɪʒən] n
(on skin)écorchure f
(= friction) [metal, stone etc surfaces] → abrasion f

abrasion

n (Med) → (Haut)abschürfung f; (Geol) → Abtragung f

abrasion

[əˈbreɪʒn] nabrasione f; (injury) → escoriazione f, abrasione f

abrasion

(əˈbreiʒən) noun
an injury caused by scraping or grazing the skin. minor abrasions.
aˈbrasive (-siv) adjective
tending to make surfaces rough when rubbed on to them. An abrasive material is unsuitable for cleaning baths.
noun
something used for scraping or rubbing a surface. Sandpaper is an abrasive.

a·bra·sion

n. abrasión, excoriación, irritación o raspadura de las mucosas o de una superficie a causa de una fricción o de un trauma;
___ collarcírculo de ___, marca circular de pólvora que deja en la piel el disparo de un arma de fuego.

abrasion

n abrasión f (form), raspadura
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