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Spanish translation of “launder”

launder

verb /ˈloːndə/
to wash and iron
lavar, blanquear
The bedsheets are laundered once a week.
launderette /loːnˈdret/ noun ( laundrette) a shop where customers may wash clothes in washing machines.
lavandería automática
laundress noun a woman employed to launder.
lavandera
laundry noun (plural laundries) a place where clothes etc are washed, especially in return for payment
lavandería
She took the sheets to the laundry a hospital laundry.
clothes etc which have been, or are to be, washed
ropa sucia
a bundle of laundry.
(Definition of launder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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