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mop

verb
 
/mɒp/ ( present participle mopping, past tense and past participle mopped)
to use a mop
~をモップで掃除する
I mopped the floor.
Translations of “mop”
in Arabic يَمْسَح الأرْض…
in Korean 대걸레로 닦다…
in Malaysian mengelap…
in French éponger…
in Turkish paspas çekmek, paspaslamak…
in Italian pulire con uno strofinaccio/spazzolone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 用拖把拖洗, 擦去(臉上的)汗水…
in Russian мыть полы шваброй…
in Polish zmywać mopem…
in Vietnamese dọn sạch…
in Spanish limpiar…
in Portuguese passar esfregão em…
in Thai เช็ด…
in German abwischen…
in Catalan fregar…
in Indonesian menyeka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 用拖把拖洗, 擦去(脸上的)汗水…
(Definition of mop verb from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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