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abrade

[ə′brād]
(geology)
To wear away by abrasion or friction.

abrade

To wear away or scrape off a surface, especially by friction.
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The polypropylene abraded surfaces were prepared using an automatic grinding machine.
The rods were then divided into three groups of 10 and there were abraded with dry abrasive paper held on the flat glass sheet.
If the ground is especially dry and hard due to lack of rainfall, tom or abraded footpads are possible.
Juvenile lobsters with abraded epicuticles were exposed to cultures of 3 bacteria commonly isolated from wild ESD lesions: A.
He reaches for the face shield and discovers that the once clear plastic has become so pitted and abraded that it has a milky character.
A halo of abraded enamel surrounding the cavity's outline.
A quick examination of your dog's feet reveals abraded, bleeding pads.
For women colors available in light gilded, golden indigo, abraded black, and aged gold.
Twenty-four karat gold makes more intense marks because it is the softest form of gold and is the most readily abraded.
Divers found that paler areas of vegetation in the aerial photos had been abraded by anchors and mooring chains.
He continued: "The magnet in these units is so powerful that it will successfully remove fine abraded 316 stainless steel, a metal that is typically non-magnetic to most magnetic separators.
6) In a recent case report the transmission of leprosy was reviewed and attention was drawn to the possible association of abraded traumatised skin and a first leprosy skin lesion.