- v cause to deteriorate due to the action of water, air, or an acid
The acid corroded the metal
- v become destroyed by water, air, or a corrosive such as an acid
The metal corroded
- s eaten away as by acid or oxidation
- The hole was only 14 inches across, and the pipe that lined it was rusted and corroded.
- That of the woman of principle who demonstrated that one could stand for the right values even in a profession corroded by cynicism and cant? That of the novice in politics who .
- Sweat corrodes metal, so Bond applied an electrical charge and a fine carbon powder to a gun's corroded part, revealing a fingerprint pattern.
- P Chidambaram in Times of India
Home minister P Chidambaram, who heads the GoM, said, "Today we discussed remedial issues and environmental issues -- remediation of contaminated water, contaminated soil, toxic wastes that are on the site and the corroded plant."
- John Edwards in Forbes
Edwards said the past isn't going to solve today's problems or "a corrupt a corroded system."
- Harold W. Attridge in FOXNews
There are questions about whether the fundamental moral fiber of the country is corroded,Attridge said.