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dry-cleanverb [I/T]

 us   /ˈdrɑɪˈklin/
to ​cleanclothes with ​chemicals, not ​water
dry-cleaning
adjective [not gradable]  /ˈdrɑɪˈkli·nɪŋ/
There are about 150,000 dry-cleaning ​machines in the ​world.
(Definition of dry-clean from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dry-clean”
in Arabic تَنظيف جاف…
in Korean 드라이클리닝하다…
in Portuguese lavar a seco…
in Catalan rentar en sec…
in Japanese ドライクリーニング…
in Italian lavare a secco…
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