- [U]摩擦 rubbing of one surface or thing against another
- [U]摩擦力 the force which tries to stop one surface sliding over another
- [U][C]冲突,不和 disagreement or conflict between people or parties with different views
a state of conflict between persons
the resistance encountered when one body is moved in contact with another
effort expended in moving one object over another with pressure
- Constant friction wore out the heels of my shoes.
- Matches are lighted by friction.
- Friction lowers the efficiency of a machine.
- Friction causes a rolling ball to stop finally.
- Without friction, the brake would not work.
- I oiled the machine to reduce friction.
- My daughter and son always have frictions.
- There is some friction among the family members.
- Friction generates heat.
- Oil can reduce friction.
- When Joan returned to work, the friction between them increased.
- Family frictions can interfere with a child's schoolwork.
The rocks below..are worn many feet deep by the constant friction of the water.出自： J. Morse