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  1. wash

    • IPA[wäSH]

    美式

    • v.
      clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent;clean oneself, especially one's hands and face with soap and water.
    • n.
      an act of washing something or an instance of being washed.;a quantity of clothes needing to be or just having been washed
    • noun: wash, plural noun: washes

    • verb: wash, 3rd person present: washes, gerund or present participle: washing, past tense: washed, past participle: washed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent:

      I stripped and washed myself all over

    • 2. clean oneself, especially one's hands and face with soap and water.
    • 3. (with reference to a stain or dirt) remove or be removed by cleaning with water and detergent:

      they have to keep washing the mold off the walls

      all that hate can't wash away the guilt

    • 4. (of fabric, a garment, or dye) withstand cleaning to a specified degree without shrinking or fading:

      a linen-mix yarn that washes well

    • 5. do one's laundry:

      I need someone to cook and wash for me

    • 6. wet or moisten (something) thoroughly:

      you are beautiful with your face washed with rain

    • 7. (of flowing water) carry (someone or something) in a particular direction:

      floods washed away the bridges

    • 8. be carried by flowing water:

      an oil slick washed up on the beaches

    • 9. (especially of waves) sweep, move, or splash in a particular direction:

      the sea began to wash along the decks

    • 10. (of a river, sea, or lake) flow through or lap against (a country, coast, etc.):

      offshore islands washed by warm blue seas

    • 11. sift metallic particles from (earth or gravel) by running water through it.
    • 12. brush with a thin coat of diluted paint or ink:

      the walls were washed with shades of umber

    • 13. coat inferior metal with (a film of gold or silver from a solution).
    • 14. seem convincing or genuine:

      charm won't wash with this crew

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of washing something or an instance of being washed.
    • 2. a quantity of clothes needing to be or just having been washed:

      she hung out her Tuesday wash

    • 3. the disturbed water or air behind a moving boat or aircraft or the sound made by this:

      the wash of a motorboat

    • 4. the surging of water or breaking of waves or the sound made by this:

      the wash of waves on the pebbled beach

    • 5. a medicinal or cleansing solution:

      mouth wash

    • 6. a layer of paint or metal spread thinly on a surface:

      the walls were covered with a pale lemon wash

    • 7. silt or gravel carried by a stream or river and deposited as sediment.
    • 8. a sandbank exposed only at low tide.
    • 9. (in the western US) a dry bed of a stream, typically in a ravine, that flows only seasonally.
    • 10. kitchen slops and other food waste fed to pigs.
    • 11. malt fermenting in preparation for distillation.
    • 12. a situation or result that is of no benefit to either of two opposing sides:

      the plan's impact on jobs would be a wash, creating as many as it costs

    • n. the action of washing oneself or laundering clothes, bed linen, etc.:

    • her arms were red to the elbow from doing other people's washing

      avoid over-enthusiastic washing

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    • abbr Washington (State) (in official postal use).

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    • n. the action of washing oneself or laundering clothes, bed linen, etc.:

    • her arms were red to the elbow from doing other people's washing

      avoid over-enthusiastic washing

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    • abbr Washington (State) (in official postal use).

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    • adj. faded by or as if by sunlight or repeated washing:

    • washed-out jeans

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    • adj. deposited by the tide on a shore:

    • washed-up jellyfish

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    • IPA[wɒʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent:
    • Auntie Lou had washed all their clothes

      he washed down the woodwork in the kitchen

    • n.
      an act of washing something or an instance of being washed:
    • her hair needs a wash

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