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also: erosionarse verbo pronominal

  • to be/become eroded
Example sentences
  • Mas, veo tan erosionada la credibilidad del gobierno que seguro nos dificultará gobernabilidad.
  • La petulancia suele erosionar el prestigio de los políticos.
  • Obama está enfrentando una muy dura situación económica que erosionó rápidamente su popularidad.

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