Bedeutung von “wash” — Learner’s Dictionary

wash

verb us uk /wɒʃ/
Extra Examples
There were a lot of dishes to wash so we went at it straight away.Man-made fibres like nylon are easy to wash.Who's going to wash the dishes?The fruit is washed and then graded by size.Make sure you wash the car before lunchtime.
CLEAN SOMETHING [ T ]

A1 to make something clean using water, or water and soap:

Dad was washing the dishes.
CLEAN YOURSELF [ I, T ]

A1 to clean part of your body with water and soap:

Have you washed your hands?
I got washed and dressed.
be washed away/out/up, etc

If something is washed away/out, etc, it is moved there by water:

A lot of the waste is washed out to sea.
wash against/on, etc

If water washes somewhere, it flows there:

Waves washed against the base of the cliff.

(Definition von “wash verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)