Rubs with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
rub (someone or something) with (something) (redirected from rubs with)
rub (someone or something) with (something)
1. To press something on someone or something while moving it in continuous contact with them or it. You should only rub your glasses with microfiber cloths when you're cleaning them, otherwise you could scratch the lenses. The nursed rubbed the patient with a soft sponge to clean away the dirt from his wounds.
2. To cover someone or something with some substance by rubbing it on them or it. Next, rub the meat with the mixture of herbs and spices, and then pop it in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The masseuse rubbed me with oil before beginning the massage.
rub someone or something with something
to wipe someone or something with something. The mother rubbed the baby gently with a soft cloth. Todd rubbed the surface of the car with a rag to polish it.
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In my study, I located, measured, noted the species of trees and monitored the rubs with
trail cameras (yes, the oldies that used 35mm film).
To eliminate these rubs with
real time control methods, the difficulty is that the auxiliary bearing exerts action on the rotor only if contact is kept, while the interaction between the bearing and the rotor will induce the stiffness increase; therefore, some previous control strategies were mainly configured to minimize contact force or to control the system into a stable full annular rub.
You can also mix the rubs with
honey and balsamic vinegar to make a glaze for basting or add them to lemon juice and natural yoghurt to make up a great sauce.
Alcohol rubs with
additional active ingredients combine the rapid kill of alcohol with the persistent chemical activity of aqueous scrubs.