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Translation of "cleanse" - English-Spanish dictionary

cleanse

verb   /klenz/
to make something completely clean limpiar Cleanse the cut/wound thoroughly before you bandage it.833
to make someone or something morally clean or pure limpiar to cleanse the thoughts of our hearts Roman Catholics go to confession to be cleansed of their sins. figurative The mayor has promised to cleanse the city of drug dealers (= to remove them from the city).2506
(Definition of cleanse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cleanse

verb /klenz/
to make clean limpiar This cream will cleanse your skin.
cleanser noun
something which cleans, especially a cosmetic used to clean the face crema limpiadora skin cleanser.
(Definition of cleanse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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