corroder

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corrode +‎ -er

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corroder (plural corroders)

  1. One who or that which corrodes.
    • 1832, The Gentleman's Magazine
      Amongst the inhabitants of Lincolnshire these hateful corroders of happiness are far from being extirpated. Credulity and superstition still reign with tyrannic sway in many hearts, how reluctant soever they may be to acknowledge it.
    • 2006, Zaki Ahmad, Principles of Corrosion Engineering and Corrosion Control (page 481)
      Liquids in intimate contact with metals, such as seawater, acids alkides and alkalies, are serious corroders for a large variety of metals and alloys.

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corroder

  1. to corrode (to have corrosive action)

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