erode


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Synonyms for erode

Synonyms for erode

to consume gradually, as by chemical reaction or friction

Synonyms for erode

become ground down or deteriorate

remove soil or rock

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Studies had previously indicated that glaciers could erode landscapes as much as 10 times faster than rivers," Koppes said.
Business leaders believe negative cash flows, a lack of shared values and weak fiscal management are much more likely to erode trust than do IT leaders.
If hiring plans continue to improve, corporate profits may start to erode.
Experts claim the money goes right down the drain as more beaches continue to erode.
Prior to the closing of this transaction, liquidity is expected to erode due to continuing operating losses, further financial support to Delphi, and its own restructuring program (including the recently-announced employee buyout programs).
Breathing particles 10 micrometers in diameter or smaller, such as those that erode from the lake bed, has been linked to respiratory illness (SN: 4/6/91, p.
Tenders are invited for Supply and delivery of Liquid chlorine cylinders for all Head water works in Erode.
Salt deposits on land can erode and return to the ocean in the same way.
E[acute accent]HD has a strong balance sheet, with very low leverage and ample liquidity which provide a substantial cushion in the event the housing market cools and sales/margins begin to erode.
Tenders are invited for Improvements work for Ward Council Hall and Ward Office in Zone-III at Erode City Municipal Corporation.
When there's a depression in the rock and the river flows through, it can erode incredibly rapidly.