In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(substance/liquid) corrosivo(wit/remark/satire) corrosivo(wit/remark/satire) mordaz
- Acid rain and rain that mixes with corrosive bird droppings also tend to do more damage.
- The wood chips are placed in the digester and are cooked in a highly corrosive alkaline solution.
- Casein reportedly counters the effect of corrosive plaque acid from sugary foods and puts a protective film on teeth.
- Soft mechanical noises were the only warning as valves opened pressurized tanks of corrosive acid.
- Business leaders are finally starting to take note, as a whole range of corrosive emotions begin to erode productivity.
- This is partly because of the increasing recognition of the undemocratic and corrosive effects of secrecy.
- As a result, the push to e-commerce had a corrosive effect on the company's promotional and service efforts.
- His policy of managing expectations has had its predictable, corrosive effect.
- In some places the stone is pocked and scarred by the corrosive effects of black sulphates.
- And what kind of corrosive effect does that have on politics generally?
- In addition, the organic components of adjacent threads, particularly wool, can act as a source of corrosive reagents.
- And I know that landfills emit major amounts of hydrogen chloride, a highly corrosive acid.
- Citric acid is relatively non-toxic and much less corrosive than hydrochloric and sulphamic acids.
- But sentiment is a bad barrier against the corrosive effects of our culture.
- Increasingly, this tidal wave seems to have had a more subtle and corrosive effect on coverage.
- At moderate temperatures, it resists attack by oxygen, most acids, chlorine, and other corrosive agents.
- The stomach lining is tough and handles acid well, but the acid has a corrosive effect on the lining of the esophagus, which is delicate and thin.
- Tests were carried out on the effects of corrosive chemicals used at home and work on the skin.
- Even those who feared its corrosive effects on private and public morality found themselves having to concede its associated virtues as well as vices.
- The spider manages to make its fiber at body temperature, without high pressures, heat, or corrosive acids.
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