abrade

Ablate vs Abrade - What's the difference?

ablate | abrade |


As verbs the difference between ablate and abrade

is that ablate is while abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

Efface vs Abrade - What's the difference?

efface | abrade |


As verbs the difference between efface and abrade

is that efface is while abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

Abrade vs Ground - What's the difference?

abrade | ground |


In lang=en terms the difference between abrade and ground

is that abrade is while ground is to run aground; to strike the bottom and remain fixed.

As verbs the difference between abrade and ground

is that abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be while ground is to connect (an electrical conductor or device) to a ground or ground can be (grind).

As a noun ground is

(senseid)(uncountable) the surface of the earth, as opposed to the sky or water or underground.

As an adjective ground is

crushed, or reduced to small particles.

Abrade vs Scuff - What's the difference?

abrade | scuff |


As verbs the difference between abrade and scuff

is that abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be while scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball.

As an adjective scuff is

caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

As a noun scuff is

the back part of the neck; the scruff.

Abrade vs Corrade - What's the difference?

abrade | corrade |


As verbs the difference between abrade and corrade

is that abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be while corrade is (obsolete) to gnaw into; to wear away; to fret; to consume.

Wear vs Abrade - What's the difference?

wear | abrade |


As a proper noun wear

is a river in the county of tyne and wear in north east england the city of sunderland is found upon its banks.

As a verb abrade is

to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

Pain vs Abrade - What's the difference?

pain | abrade | Related terms |

Pain is a related term of abrade.


As an adverb pain

is towards, in/to the direction of.

As a noun pain

is .

As a verb abrade is

to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

Abrade vs Burnish - What's the difference?

abrade | burnish |


In lang=en terms the difference between abrade and burnish

is that abrade is while burnish is to shine forth; to brighten; to become smooth and glossy, as from swelling or filling out; hence, to grow large.

As verbs the difference between abrade and burnish

is that abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be while burnish is to make smooth or shiny by rubbing; to polish; to shine.

Dull vs Abrade - What's the difference?

dull | abrade |


In lang=en terms the difference between dull and abrade

is that dull is to lose a sharp edge; to become dull while abrade is .

As verbs the difference between dull and abrade

is that dull is to render dull; to remove or blunt an edge or something that was sharp while abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

As an adjective dull

is lacking the ability to cut easily; not sharp.

Grime vs Abrade - What's the difference?

grime | abrade | Synonyms |

Grime is a synonym of abrade.


As a noun grime

is crumb, bit.

As a verb abrade is

to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be .

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