verb-transitive: To wear down or rub away by friction; erode. See Synonyms at chafe.
verb-transitive: To make weary through constant irritation; wear down spiritually.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
• Start to "abrade" the area by distressing the marked area with sandpaper.
She wiped the piece of broccoli away from the hairs on his arm, taking care not to abrade his skin.
To clean an unidentified spot of dirt from a page of a Samaritan Pentateuch (the first five books of the Hebrew Bible), Ms. de Arteni used a very soft vinyl eraser, a medium that won't abrade the vellum (animal skin) of the rare 13th-century volume.
In the most hazardous situations, they can abrade turbine blades, clog the innards of modern jet engines and plug their cooling systems, causing them to stop running.
I pulled my elbows up, felt the scruff of the mattress gently abrade the backs of my arms, and settled into a modified prone position.