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  1. cleanse

    • IPA[klenz]

    美式

    • v.
      make (something, especially the skin) thoroughly clean;rid (a person, place, or thing) of something seen as unpleasant, unwanted, or defiling
    • n.
      a process or period of time during which a person attempts to rid the body of substances regarded as toxic or unhealthy, typically by consuming only water or other liquids
    • verb: cleanse, 3rd person present: cleanses, gerund or present participle: cleansing, past tense: cleansed, past participle: cleansed

    • noun: cleanse, plural noun: cleanses

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    名詞

    • 1. a process or period of time during which a person attempts to rid the body of substances regarded as toxic or unhealthy, typically by consuming only water or other liquids you can consume the broth three times a day for a cleanse I recommend doing a cleanse when your social calendar is event-free, because you might feel a bit more tired than usual
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    • IPA[klɛnz]

    英式

    • v.
      make (something, especially the skin) thoroughly clean: this preparation will cleanse and tighten the skin
    • n.
      a process or period of time during which a person attempts to rid the body of substances ... you can consume the broth three times a day for a cleanse I recommend doing a cleanse when your social calendar is event-free, because you might feel a bit more tired than usual

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