Definitions for erodeɪˈroʊd
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erode, gnaw, gnaw at, eat at, wear away(verb)
become ground down or deteriorate
"Her confidence eroded"
erode, eat away, fret(verb)
remove soil or rock
"Rain eroded the terraces"
To wear away by abrasion, corrosion or chemical reaction
to eat into or away; to corrode; as, canker erodes the flesh
Origin: [L. erodere, erosum; e out + rodere to gnaw. See Rodent.]
Erode is a city, a municipal corporation and the headquarters of Erode district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is situated at the center of the South Indian Peninsula, about 400 kilometres southwest of the state capital Chennai and about 80 kilometres east of Coimbatore on the banks of the river Kaveri. It is well known for hand loom, power loom textile products and ready made garments. It is referred to as 'loom city' or 'turmeric city'.
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Boundaries erode all the time between practitioner and taxpayer.
It shows how important it is (...) that we ensure that our tax basis doesn't erode.
I think that this could erode ... confidentiality when dealing with medical data and medical information.
Any concessions in the implementation of agreed parameters will further reduce the breakout time and erode the credibility of the agreement.
The first thing that begins to erode and disappear is simultaneity, we're going to be less likely to be able to do more than one major thing at a time.
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