Meaning of ABRASIVE in English

I. a ‧ bra ‧ sive 1 /əˈbreɪsɪv/ BrE AmE adjective

1 . rude or unkind:

She was a tough girl with rather an abrasive manner.

2 . having a rough surface, especially one that can be used to clean something or make it smooth:

Smooth down with a fine abrasive paper.

—abrasively adverb

II. abrasive 2 BrE AmE noun [countable]

a rough powder or substance that you use for cleaning something or making it smooth

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