erosion englannista suomeksi
1995, Linehan|Graham Linehan & al.,
- ''Father Ted'': The cliffs were gone? How could they just disappear?''Dougal'': Erosion.
2012, (w), ''(w)'', August 24, p.20
- Even second-generation biofuels, made from crop wastes or wood, are an environmental disaster, either extending the cultivated area or removing the straw and stovers which protect the soil from erosion and keep carbon and nutrients in the ground.
The gradual loss of something as a result of an ongoing process.
''the erosion of a person's trust''
''trademark erosion, caused by everyday use of the trademarked term''
Destruction by abrasive action of fluids.
One of two fundamental operations in (w) from which all other morphological operations are derived.
(eu-verb form of)