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Spanish translation of “rinse”

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.
(Definition of rinse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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