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Friction

美国发音:['frɪkʃ(ə)n]
英国发音:['frɪkʃ(ə)n]

[n]
英语解释:the fact that one thing rubs against another; the physical force that makes it difficult for one surface to move over another
常见翻译:摩擦,阻力

the action of one surface against another or one body rubbing against another; disagreement or difference of opinion between two people.
When there is friction between two objects, they rub against each other, causing both of them to wear away. If there is friction between two parts of a machine, they rub against each other, generate heat, and cause the machine to break down. When two people or groups of people have differences of opinion or disagreement between them, causing quarrels between them, there is friction between them. When they are unfriendly openly, there is friction between them, leading to frequent exchange of words or loud quarrels.