English to Welsh Meaning :: erode

erydu, heryduerydent, eryda’, erydaf, erydai, erydais, erydaist, erydan, erydant, erydasai, erydasant, erydasech, erydo, erydasent, erydasid, erydasit, erydasoch, erydasom, erydaswn, erydech, eryded, erydem, eryden, erydoch, eryder, erydes, erydest, erydet, erydi, erydid, erydiff, erydir, erydith, eryda, erydasem, erydodd, erydom, erydon, erydont, erydwch, erydwn, erydwyd, erydwyf, erydych, herydent, heryda’, herydaf, herydai, herydais, herydaist, herydan, herydant, herydasai, herydasant, herydasech, herydo, herydasent, herydasid, herydasit, herydasoch, herydasom, herydaswn, herydech, heryded, herydem, heryden, herydoch, heryder, herydes, herydest, herydet, herydi, herydid, herydiff, herydir, herydith, heryda, herydasem, herydodd, herydom, herydon, herydont, herydwch, herydwn, herydwyd, herydwyf, herydych
Erode :
erydu
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Verb(1) become ground down or deteriorate(2) remove soil or rock

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(1) All of this leaves gnawing questions, questions that erode consumer confidence.(2) Also high pressure water can erode mortar joints.(3) That could erode overall confidence in the economy and undermine the spending and investment needed to get it moving.(4) Without the work these planters do, soils would erode , hillsides would slide into streams, and entire habitats would be devastated.(5) Avoid planting on ridges where rows can be exposed to dry soil conditions and wind which may erode the soil, exposing the seed and making the hill too small to cover new tubers.(6) This measurement method is especially important when assessing PrUs because these wounds are more likely to erode subcutaneous tissue than skin.(7) In severe cases, this can actually erode esophageal tissue (erosive esophagitis).(8) A canyon, too, is the consequence of ÔÇÿnaturalÔÇÖ processes such as the way fluids erode rock.(9) Known as ÔÇÿRodent UlcersÔÇÖ because they gnaw away at healthy tissues, they can invade and erode cartilage and even bone.(10) First, wind and water erode it, especially during tropical storms and hurricanes.(11) Purchasing activities fell into private hands and land sales continued to erode Iroquois territories.(12) Clear contrasts that once separated the two lands are eroding , blurring.(13) The scourge is not only devastating but it destroys systems and erodes all integrity in the affected society.(14) Perhaps his story is a reminder that life is fickle, and what we have today, can be slowly, or suddenly, eroded away, depending upon our choices, and the events of life.(15) The west wall is preserved only in the southwest corner, while a large part of the floor along the western side has eroded away.(16) Christianity's anyway tenuous situation in the holy land eroded .
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(1) erode ::
erydu
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2. gnaw at ::
cnoi ar
3. fret ::
ffret
Different Forms
erode, eroded, erodes, eroding
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