Definitions for abradeəˈbreɪd

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word abrade

Princeton's WordNet

  1. abrade, corrade, abrase, rub down, rub off(verb)

    wear away

  2. scour, abrade(verb)

    rub hard or scrub

    "scour the counter tops"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Abrade(verb)

    to rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction; as, to abrade rocks

  2. Abrade(verb)

    same as Abraid

  3. Origin: [L. abradere, abrasum, to scrape off; ab + radere to scrape. See Rase, Raze.]


Translations for abrade

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • ожулвам, протривам, износвам, изтърквам, изтривамBulgarian
  • obrousit, odřítCzech
  • afskrabeDanish
  • abschürfen, abschleifenGerman
  • raspar, escoriarSpanish
  • abraserFrench
  • abrādōLatin
  • kauhoro, okoi, kauoro, kauoroiMāori
  • schurenDutch
  • skure, slipeNorwegian
  • abrazaRomanian
  • обдира́ть, стере́ть, ободра́ть, протира́ть, истира́ть, протере́ть, истере́ть, стира́тьRussian
  • nötaSwedish

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