a thin coat of water-base paint
wash, washing, lavation(noun)
the work of cleansing (usually with soap and water)
wash, dry wash(noun)
the dry bed of an intermittent stream (as at the bottom of a canyon)
the erosive process of washing away soil or gravel by water (as from a roadway)
"from the house they watched the washout of their newly seeded lawn by the water"
slipstream, airstream, race, backwash, wash(noun)
the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
wash, wash drawing(noun)
a watercolor made by applying a series of monochrome washes one over the other
laundry, wash, washing, washables(noun)
garments or white goods that can be cleaned by laundering
any enterprise in which losses and gains cancel out
"at the end of the year the accounting department showed that it was a wash"
clean with some chemical process
cleanse (one's body) with soap and water
cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water
"Wash the towels, please!"
move by or as if by water
"The swollen river washed away the footbridge"
be capable of being washed
"Does this material wash?"
admit to testing or proof
"This silly excuse won't wash in traffic court"
separate dirt or gravel from (precious minerals)
apply a thin coating of paint, metal, etc., to
wash, wash out, wash off, wash away(verb)
remove by the application of water or other liquid and soap or some other cleaning agent
"he washed the dirt from his coat"; "The nurse washed away the blood"; "Can you wash away the spots on the windows?"; "he managed to wash out the stains"
form by erosion
"The river washed a ravine into the mountainside"
moisten, wash, dampen(verb)
"The dew moistened the meadows"
lave, lap, wash(verb)
wash or flow against
"the waves laved the shore"
to cleanse (itself or another animal) by licking
"The cat washes several times a day"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To clean is to make clean by removing dirt, impurities, or soil of any kind. Cleanse implies a worse condition to start from, and more to do, than clean. Hercules cleansed the Augean stables. Cleanse is especially applied to purifying processes where liquid is used, as in the flushing of a street, etc. We brush clothing if dusty, sponge it, or sponge it off, if soiled; or sponge off a spot. Furniture, books, etc., are dusted; floors are mopped or scrubbed; metallic utensils are scoured; a room is swept; soiled garments are washed; foul air or water is purified. Cleanse and purify are used extensively in a moral sense; wash in that sense is archaic. Compare AMEND.
Cleanse of or from physical or moral defilement; cleanse with an instrument; by an agent; the room was cleansed by the attendants with soap and water.
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How to use wash in a sentence?
Sounds like a good idea, but that's called a' wash sale' and isn't allowed.
The Moving Finger writes and, having writ, Moves on nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it.
We shouldn't feel hopeless here and we know what works, we know that if we could, as Americans, agree to take those recommendations to heart, that we would keep our masks on when we're outside, we'd stay more than six feet apart from each other and we would avoid indoor gatherings where there's a big chance of spread, we wash our hands and all that, then we could implement what we know has worked.
Doing something to wash your hands is better than doing nothing.
I can take this kind of really uncontrolled, crazy environment -- the ocean -- and basically get it exactly to match what I had in my mind, i would sit there and wait literally hours to get the right combination of wash on the sand and the right turbulence out on the sea.
Translations for wash
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- мыць, памы́цца, праць, мы́цца, памыцьBelarusian
- ধোওয়া, ধোয়াBengali
- llavar, rentarCatalan, Valencian
- prát, mýtCzech
- sich waschen, spülen, wegspülen, waschen, Lavierung, WäscheGerman
- πλένομαι, πλένωGreek
- lavarse, lavar, lavado, enjuagueSpanish
- فرسودن, شستن, خودشوییPersian
- peseytyä, huuhtoa, tiskata, pyykätä, pestä, huuhtoutua, vanavesi, pyykki, matalikko, jättöpyörre, huuhtouma, peräaalto, laveeraus, pesuFinnish
- laver, se laver, oeud, lavage, machineFrench
- waskjeWestern Frisian
- שטף, רחץHebrew
- laveHaitian Creole
- mosakszik, kimos, mos, megmosakszik, elmosHungarian
- լվանալ, լվալ, լվացվելArmenian
- lavarsi, lavareItalian
- 洗面, 洗うJapanese
- ដុសលាង, លាង, ការលាងKhmer
- شوشتن, خۆ شوشتن, şûştinKurdish
- mazgoti, prausti, pláutiLithuanian
- wegspoelen, wassenDutch
- tvette, vaskeNorwegian
- myć, prać, lawowaniePolish
- [[lavar]]-[[se]], lavarPortuguese
- mayllakuy, mayllayQuechua
- lavar, laverRomansh
- вы́мыться, мы́ться, помы́ть, размы́ться, промыва́ть, смыва́ть, умы́ться, стира́ть, размыва́ться, смыть, постира́ть, умыва́ться, помы́ться, вы́мыть, мыть, промы́ть, сти́рка, полоска́ние, кильва́тер, мытьё, прибо́й, лосьо́н, попу́тная струя́, бельё, мелково́дьеRussian
- samunài, labare, samunàre, sciacuai, samunàeSardinian
- oprati, спрати, miti, spirati, спирати, мити, sprati, ispirati, испирати, испрати, prati, опрати, isprati, пратиSerbo-Croatian
- prať, myťSlovak
- prati, mitiSlovene
- tvätta, laveringSwedish
- ఉతుకు, కడుగు, కడుక్కొనుTelugu
- ซัก, ล้างThai
- прати, митиUkrainian
- yuvinmoq, yuvmoqUzbek
- giặt, rửaVietnamese
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