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cor·rode

 (kə-rōd′)
v. cor·rod·ed, cor·rod·ing, cor·rodes
v.tr.
1. To destroy (a metal or alloy) gradually, especially by oxidation or chemical action: The acid corroded the metal.
2. To impair steadily; deteriorate: "Doubt and mistrust could creep into our lives, corroding personal and professional relationships" (Philip Taubman).
v.intr.
To be eaten or worn away.

[Middle English corroden, from Latin corrōdere, to gnaw away : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + rōdere, to gnaw; see rēd- in Indo-European roots.]

cor·rod′i·ble, cor·ro′si·ble (-rō′sə-bəl) adj.

corroded

(kəˈrəʊdɪd)
adj
(Chemistry) affected by corrosion; rusty
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.corroded - eaten away as by acid or oxidation
unsound - not in good condition; damaged or decayed; "an unsound foundation"
Translations

corroded

[kəˈrəʊdɪd] ADJcorroído

corroded

[kəˈrəʊdɪd] adj [metal, stone] → corrodé(e)

corroded

adjkorrodiert

corroded

a. corroído-a, desgastado-a.
References in classic literature ?
Captain Nemo showed me a tin-plate box, stamped with the French arms, and corroded by the salt water.
Many a young man ransacked the garret and brought forth his great-grandfather's sword, corroded with rust and stained with the blood of King Philip's War.
Snider again held aloft another trophy of the search--a metal spike and some tarnished and corroded metal ornaments.
It was during that period that his bitterness corroded home and he became a hater of all his kind.
There I found a seat of some yellow metal that I did not recognize, corroded in places with a kind of pinkish rust and half smothered in soft moss, the arm-rests cast and filed into the resemblance of griffins' heads.
Near the skeleton lay a helmet of hammered brass and a corroded breastplate of steel while at one side was a long, straight sword in its scabbard and an ancient harquebus.
Once I heard him pause and throw something out of the window with a passionate ejaculation; and in the morning, after they were gone, a keen- bladed clasp-knife was found on the grass-plot below; a razor, likewise, was snapped in two and thrust deep into the cinders of the grate, but partially corroded by the decaying embers.
It so chanced that almost upon first cutting into him with the spade, the entire length of a corroded harpoon was found imbedded in his flesh, on the lower part of the bunch before described.
Although w know that there are tides, which run within the Narrow of the Strait of Magellan at the rate of eight knots an hour yet we must confess that it makes the head almost giddy t reflect on the number of years, century after century, whic the tides, unaided by a heavy surf, must have required t have corroded so vast an area and thickness of solid basalti lava.
It was sad to see him corroded with suspicion, and yet not daring to be impolite, in case these well-dressed people were honest after all.
Tenders are invited for Changing corroded rusted cracked top flange plate, gusset plate lateral bracing bottom man angle, strengthening of cross girder provision of Protection screen and changing of loose/corroded rivets of Bridge No 253UP, 253DN 2460N, 240DN & 210DN In BRKA-GHO Section under SSS/BR/DHN in Division
For the structural safety assessment of corroded structures, residual strength should be determined as a function of time to plan repairs and replacement.