army intervention in local administration eroded popular support for the non-communist parties
inflation has eroded the value of their savingsla inflación ha mermado el valor de sus ahorros
the recession has eroded consumer confidencethe buying power of cash is eroded by inflationundermining its foundations by further eroding the rights of its nation statespolitical instability erodes the confidence of investorsthe attitude of his parents eroded his confidence even furtherhis party recognized that such a strategy could erode their own powers and privilegesa plan for a national minimum wage which would erode differentials for skilled workersthe ANC is searching for a way to erode the power of the central government
when one piece of land started to erode, the peasants would shift to another
there's a risk consumer confidence could erode further
support for his party is erodingel apoyo a su partido está disminuyendo
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