spring clean Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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spring clean

noun [no plural]
 
UK ( UK/US spring cleaning,
 
 
)
If you give a place a spring clean, you clean it more carefully and using more effort than usual: I gave the kitchen a spring clean at the weekend.Cleaning and tidying places and things
spring clean verb [I, T] UK
Translations of “spring clean”
in Russian генеральная уборка…
in Turkish bahar temizliği…
in Polish wiosenne porządki…
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