abraded

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having the skin scraped off; "skinned knees and scraped elbows"
having the skin scraped off; "skinned knees and scraped elbows
past of abrade
{s} scraped, having the skin scraped off
abrade
To rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction; to damage or make rough; as, to abrade rocks
abrade
Obsolete spelling of abraid
abrade
to wear away the surface or some part of by friction
abrade
{v} to rub or scrape off, to grate
Abrade
wear away
Abrade
strike against an object; "She stubbed her one's toe in the dark and now it's broken"
Abrade
rub hard or scrub; "scour the counter tops"
Abrade
To roughen a mesh surface, yielding what is termed "tooth "
Abrade
To wear away or erode such as with sandpaper or emery board
Abrade
to dull a platform edge so as to strengthen it in preparation for billet or pressure flaking Go here to read an article that contains information on abrading The piece of grinding wheel or stone that is used for abrading is called an "abrader "
Abrade
graje, fwote (to rub), kòche
Abrade
- to grind a rock surface by the friction of rock particles carried by water
abrade
To rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction; as, to abrade rocks
abrade
{f} wear off; wear down by rubbing or scraping; rub against an object; strike against an object
abrade
Same as Abraid
abrade
To abrade something means to scrape or wear down its surface by rubbing it. My skin was abraded and very tender. to rub something so hard that the surface becomes damaged (abradere, from ab- + radere )
abrade
transitive, obsolete spelling of abraid
abraded

    Silbentrennung

    a·bra·ded

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    Etymologie

    [ &-'brAd ] (verb.) 1677. Latin abradere to scrape off, from ab- + radere to scrape; more at RODENT.

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