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dry clean

verb [T]
 
 
to clean clothes using a special chemical and not with waterCleaning clothes
dry cleaner's noun [C] a shop where you can have your clothes cleaned this wayCleaning clothes dry cleaning noun [U]
Translations of “dry clean”
in Chinese (Traditional) 乾洗…
in Russian подвергать химической чистке…
in Turkish kuru temizleme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 干洗…
in Polish czyścić lub prać chemicznie…
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