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  • IPA: /əˈbreɪsɪv/

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Abrasive (comparative more Abrasive, superlative most Abrasive)

Positive
Abrasive

Comparative
more Abrasive

Superlative
most Abrasive

  1. Producing abrasion; rough enough to wear away the outer surface.
  2. Being rough and coarse in manner or disposition.
    An abrasive person can grate on one's sensibilities.
    Despite her proper upbringing, we found her manners to be terribly abrasive.

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Singular
Abrasive

Plural
Abrasives

Abrasive (plural Abrasives)
  1. A substance or material such as sandpaper, pumice, or emery, used for cleaning, smoothing, or polishing.

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abrasive f.

  1. Feminine plural form of abrasivo

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