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abrasion [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin abrasio, from abradere. Related to Abrade.
An abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off; SYN. scratch, scrape, excoriation.
Erosion by friction; SYN. attrition, corrasion, detrition.
Injury caused by, or act of, rubbing or scraping.
In medicine, another term for a graze or other minor lesion where the skin surface is worn away by friction.
In earth science, the effect of corrasion, a type of erosion in which rock fragments scrape and grind away a surface. The rock fragments may be carried by rivers, wind, ice, or the sea. Striations, or grooves, on rock surfaces are common abrasions, caused by the scratching of rock debris embedded in glacier ice.

attrition [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin attritio: cf. French attrition.
A wearing down to weaken or destroy.
Sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation; SYN. contrition, contriteness.
The act of rubbing together; wearing something down by friction.
Wearing away; rubbing or scraping; Theology, incomplete repentance due to fear of punishment. war of attrition, campaign of wearing down enemy's morale and resistance.
In earth science, the process by which particles of rock being transported by river, wind, or sea are rounded and gradually reduced in size by being struck against one another.
The rounding of particles is a good indication of how far they have been transported. This is particularly true for particles carried by rivers, which become more rounded as the distance downstream increases.

drag [ imenica ]
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The act of dragging (pulling with force).
The phenomenon of resistance to motion through a fluid; SYN. retarding force.
Resistance to motion a body experiences when passing through a fluid—gas or liquid. The aerodynamic drag aircraft experience when traveling through the air represents a great waste of power, so they must be carefully shaped, or streamlined, to reduce drag to a minimum. Automobiles benefit from streamlining, and aerodynamic drag is used to slow down spacecraft returning from space. Boats traveling through water experience hydrodynamic drag on their hulls, and the fastest vessels are hydrofoils, whose hulls lift out of the water while cruising.

friction [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin frictio, from fricare, frictum,to rub: cf. French friction. Related to Fray to rub, arid cf. Dentifrice.
In physics, the force that opposes the relative motion of two bodies in contact. The coefficient of friction is the ratio of the force required to achieve this relative motion to the force pressing the two bodies together.
Friction is greatly reduced by the use of lubricants such as oil, grease, and graphite. Air bearings are now used to minimize friction in high-speed rotational machinery. In other instances friction is deliberately increased by making the surfaces rough —for example, brake linings, driving belts, soles of shoes, and tires.
Effort expended in rubbing one object against another; SYN. detrition, rubbing.
The resistance encountered when one body is moved in contact with another; SYN. rubbing.

rub [ imenica ]
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ETYM Cf. w. rhwb. Related to Rub, v,t.
The act of rubbing or wiping; SYN. wipe.
The application of friction with pressure.

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