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abrasionnoun

uk   us   /əˈbreɪ.ʒən/ specialized
[U] geology, engineering the process of rubbing away the surface of something: There seems to have been some abrasion of the surface. [C] medical a place where the surface of something, such as skin, has been rubbed away: She had a small abrasion on her knee.
Traducciones de “abrasion”
in Vietnamese chỗ trầy da…
en español abrasión…
in Thai รอยถลอก…
in Malaysian melecet…
en francés écorchure…
en alemán die Abschürfung…
en chino (tradicionál) 磨損,磨耗, 擦傷, (皮膚)擦傷處…
in Indonesian lecet…
en chino (simplificado) 磨损,磨耗, 擦伤, (皮肤)擦伤处…
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