Word: attrition

Category: attrition

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Synonyms: attrition

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Translations: attrition

spanish
penitencia


german
abrieb, abreibung, zermürbung, reue

french
repentir, attrition, usure, frottement, écorchure, ...

italian
pentimento

dutch
berouw

russian
истирание, трение, изнурение, абразия, истощение, ...

norwegian
anger

swedish
ånger

finnish
kuluma, katumus

czech
obrušování, opotřebování, oděrka, opotřebení, lítost, ...

polish
tarcie, zadrapanie, skrucha, otarcie, zużycie, ...

hungarian
lemorzsolódás, elkoptatás

greek
τριβή, φθορά

ukrainian
стирання, потертість, виснаження, тертя

estonian
mahahõõruv, kulumine, erosioon

croatian
trvenje, trenje, trošenje, usitnjavanje

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The meaning and "use of": attrition

noun
  • the action or process of gradually reducing the strength or effectiveness of someone or something through sustained attack or pressure.
  • (in scholastic theology) sorrow, but not contrition, for sin.

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