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Spanish translation of “erode”

erode

verb /iˈrəud/
to eat or wear away (metals etc); to destroy gradually
erosionar, corroer, desgastar
Acids erode certain metals Water has eroded the rock The individual’s right to privacy is being eroded.
erosion /-ʒən/ noun
erosión
soil erosion.
(Definition of erode from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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