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Spanish translation of “rinse”

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rinse

verb /rins/
(often with out) to wash (clothes etc ) in clean water to remove soap etc
enjuagar, aclarar
He was rinsing a plate under the tap..
to clean (a cup, one’s mouth etc ) by filling with clean water etc and then emptying the water out
enjuagar
The dentist asked me to rinse my mouth out.
Translations of “rinse”
in Korean 헹구다…
in Arabic يَشْطُف…
in French rincer…
in Italian sciacquare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沖洗, (用清水)沖洗,涮洗,漂洗…
in Russian полоскать, промывать…
in Turkish durulamak, temiz suyla yıkamak…
in Polish płukać…
in Portuguese enxaguar…
in German spülen…
in Catalan esbandir…
in Japanese ~を水洗いする, すすぐ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冲洗, (用清水)冲洗,涮洗,漂洗…
(Definition of rinse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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