Noun(1) (geology, as by particles washing over it(2) condition in which the earth's surface is worn away by the action of water and wind(3) a gradual decline of something(4) erosion by chemical action
(1) the erosion of support for the party(2) ├ö├ç├┐Any further erosion in public sector support will inevitably lead to fundamental changes in the nature of the event itself,├ö├ç├û he writes.(3) Because Labour currently only holds party list seats in the Highlands & Islands, it is little affected by the apparent erosion of its second vote support.(4) Once the basic rights of the players are met, the national progression will be the gradual erosion of the amateur status.(5) Further erosion of the establishment's protective shell was postponed by the Second World War where, as always, the truth was the first casualty.(6) What has had the most profound impact on the gradual erosion of England's expectations over the past few months is the cruelly high number of injuries which have afflicted the squad.(7) Severe wind and water erosion of the topsoil added to the degradation of the natural habitats, particularly on upland sites.(8) A striking morphologic finding was a topographical relation of focal inflammation with sclerotic atrophy in areas with erosion of the epithelium.(9) He appears to desire the absolute destruction of the enemy forces, not the gradual erosion of the enemy force which is attrition.(10) The metaphors of the loss, diminution, or erosion of state power can misrepresent this reconfiguration.(11) They also made carvings deep, knowing well that erosion by wind and water can erase them.(12) Unfortunately, in the past few years, she's been let down by the gradual erosion of her memory.(13) The roots of his cover crops hold water in the sandy soils, break up the heavy clay soils to allow for better water infiltration, and hold the soil to prevent water and wind erosion all year.(14) Wind and water erosion remove the most valuable part of the soil, the organic-rich upper horizon.(15) the total area of haemorrhagic erosion(16) Some feel the business will suffer further erosion and that Edinburgh will be reduced to a supporting role.
(1) soil erosion :: gronderosie
1. wearing away ::
2. corrosion ::
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