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abrasive

adjective   /əˈbreɪ.sɪv/
rude and unfriendly brusco She has a rather abrasive manner. He can sometimes be abrasive in meetings.646
An abrasive substance is slightly rough, and often used for cleaning surfaces. having a slightly rough surface that is often used for cleaning other surfaces abrasivo an abrasive cleaner/powder/liquid1293
abrasively adverb   /-li/ abrasiveness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/
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