Translation of abrasion in Spanish:


escoriación, n.

Pronunciation /əˈbreɪʒən/ /əˈbreɪʒ(ə)n/


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    escoriación feminine formal
    raspadura feminine
    rasguño masculine
    • The ability to coat surfaces - making them stronger, lighter and more resistant to corrosion or abrasion - has many applications.
    • Roundness is increased by abrasion and chemical weathering processes, which blunt particle edges, and decreased by fracturing, which creates new, unworn edges.
    • Seliger's labor-intensive techniques of accretion and abrasion often mimic geologic processes.
    • This requires a precise process: too much abrasion will weaken the joints and cause premature device failure.
    • This suggests derivation from a sedimentary precursor in which zircons would reflect recycling and abrasion during sedimentary processes.
    • Hardfacing applies a coating for the purpose of reducing wear or loss of material by abrasion, impact, erosion, oxidation, cavitations, etc.
    • Mangrove forests function to protect coasts from storms, erosion and abrasion, as well as providing habitat for various animals especially fish and bird species.
    • Geological evidence for precipitation, erosion, mechanical abrasion and other fluvial activity says that the physical processes shaping Titan are much the same as those shaping Earth.
    • The media are long wearing and highly resistant to abrasion.
    • Thermoplastic tips have generally shown good resistance to abrasion and corrosion, but may vary in wear life depending on the specific material used to mold the tips.
    • They are resistant to abrasion and grease, and have good hardness.
    • This special elastomer is available in various properties of hardness and toughness and is resistant to abrasion.
    • The lifeline is a long, heavy, braided rope that is resistant to abrasion, sunlight, and moisture.
    • Pain may also occur when dentine is exposed by trauma, erosion, or abrasion; this subsides within seconds of removing the stimulus and may be poorly localised, often only to within two or three teeth of the affected tooth.
    • High disarticulation, fragmentation, and abrasion indicate high environmental energy and turbulence and significant lateral transport.
    • The signs at the left, top, and right can still be read, but the row along the bottom of the panel is irretrievable due to severe abrasion and loss.
    • The intraarticular implant fragments may lead to gradual chondral injury secondary to abrasion of the articular surfaces.
    • When made into a fiber they demonstrate low moisture absorption and good resistance to abrasion.
    • If the abrasive medium remains intact, the process is described as low stress abrasion.
    • Some individuals may even develop welts just from local exposure to cold or mechanical abrasion.
    • Or you can mix 25 drops into 100 ml of hot water and gently apply to cuts, abrasions, sores and ulcers.
    • Brady also suffered numerous cuts, abrasions and contusions.
    • Superficial cuts, scratches, abrasions, minor burns, stings and bites will heal with the same treatment.
    • Stephen said the medical report showed no abrasions, lacerations, tears or discharge.
    • His crumpled body revealed brain damage, multiple fractures, bruises and abrasions.
    • The nurse assesses the patient's skin condition, noting any areas of redness or abrasions.
    • Several weeks later, a woman is rushed into the emergency room with multiple bruises, scrapes, and abrasions.
    • Plastic glazing is susceptible to scratches and abrasions, as well as to damage by certain solvents.
    • Also found were 57 bruises and abrasions which bore the hallmarks of deliberate physical abuse over a period of a month or so, the court heard.
    • He was taken to Bonalbo Hospital with numerous cuts and abrasions.
    • I actually suffered bruising to my ribs and abrasions and bruising to my thigh, both of which have caused me considerable discomfort.
    • He suffered swelling and abrasions to his head in the latest attack as he walked home from Rhodesway School in Allerton, Bradford.
    • The woman suffered extensive blunt force bruising and abrasions to her head, face, chest, arms and legs.
    • Doyle said there were small superficial abrasions and bruises on the body which were caused by the fall or the rocks.
    • If your mower is electric, check the cable for loose connections and for cuts and abrasions and fit a circuit breaker to the plug socket.
    • Without the proper equipment, a worker risks injuries such as abrasions, or friction burns.
    • They got her into the cabin and Mr Adams, trained in first aid, cleaned her cuts and abrasions with alcohol.
    • He had a basal skull fracture, lacerations to his scalp, facial abrasions and contusions to both frontal cerebral lobes.
    • It is also important to avoid applying bleach or other chemicals to a scalp that has open sores, abrasions or any type of breakouts.
    • They suffered hypothermia, bruises, abrasions, bites from tracker dogs, or were injured in road accidents.
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    abrasión feminine
    erosión feminine