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wash sth out

phrasal verb with wash /wɒʃ/ US  /wɑːʃ/ verb
If an event or sports competition is washed out, it is prevented from happening or stopped early because of heavy rain
(因雨)取消,中止(体育比赛等)
The men's semi-finals in the tennis were washed out this morning.
今天上午的男子网球半决赛因雨被迫取消。
→  See also washout Rain
Translations of “wash sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (因雨)取消,中止(體育比賽等)…
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