What Is the Definition of Friction?

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Friction is the opposition that an object or a surface encounters as it moves over another. In physics, friction is a force that resists the relative movement or tendency of such movement within two bodies or materials that are in contact.
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Friction is the resistive force acting between two bodies that tends to oppose motion.
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