corrode
transitive verb
1. (to eat away) 
a. corroer 
The acid has corroded the aluminum.El ácido ha corroído el aluminio.
2. (figurative) (to eat away) 
a. corroer (figurative) 
Lies will corrode a marriage.Las mentiras corroen los matrimonios.
intransitive verb
3. (to deteriorate) 
a. corroerse 
The statue doesn't look very good. The metal has corroded.La estatua no se ve muy bien; el metal se ha corroído.
corrode
transitive verb
1. (also fig) 
a. corroer 
intransitive verb
2. (metal) 
a. corroerse 
corrode [kəˈrəʊd]
transitive verb
corroer
Suffering was easier to bear than the bitterness he felt corroding his spirit He warns that corruption is corroding Russia
intransitive verb
corroerse
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