Synonym: corroding, corrosion, eating away, eroding, wearing, wearing away. Similar words: corrosion, explosion, position, opposition, composition, supposition, prosecution, predisposition. Meaning: [ɪ'rəʊʒn] n. 1. (geology) the mechanical process of wearing or grinding something down (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.
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1, Acid rain has caused severe erosion on the hillside.
2, Erosion has left the house perched on the very edge of the cliff.
3, Crop rotation helps prevent soil erosion.
4, The area suffers badly from coastal erosion.
5, Former low domes were planated by wave erosion.
6, Soil conservation is intended to kurb erosion.
7, The cement petrified after many years' erosion.
8, More familiar landscapes have been sculpted by surface erosion.
9, Soil erosion was mitigated by the planting of trees.
10, Tree cover would prevent further soil erosion.
11, This leaves fertile soil unprotected and prone to erosion.
12, They carry water off the fields without erosion.
13, Erosion of hard rocks is usually very different.
14, Coasts shaped by marine erosion. 2.
15, Erosion is degrading the land.
16, Vomiting can lead to dental erosion and gastrointestinal reflux.
17, The work of wind erosion is therefore very limited.
18, The area is plagued by soil erosion and flooding.
19, They also harbour wildlife and help prevent soil erosion.
20, Poor farming methods have contributed to increased soil erosion.
21, The beds also help protect the shore from erosion.
22, Is soil erosion really a problem?
23, The hillsides must be graded to prevent erosion.
24, It is this which has resulted in accelerated erosion.
25, These formed hard igneous rocks which have resisted erosion.
26, This led to a further erosion of sectional loyalties.
27, As their roots are strong and penetrating,(http://sentencedict.com/erosion.html) they prevent erosion.
28, Soil on the mountain slopes is very susceptible to erosion.
29, Planetary scientists believe it is most likely the product of wind erosion.
30, In addition, the scale of measurement over which soil erosion occurs affects the measurement itself.
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