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Turkish translation of “wash”

wash

verb
 
 
/wɒʃ/
CLEAN SOMETHING [T] A1 to make something clean using water, or water and soap
yıkamak
Dad was washing the dishes.Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general words
CLEAN YOURSELF [I, T] A1 to clean part of your body with water and soap
yıkamak, yıkanmak
Have you washed your hands? I got washed and dressed.Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
be washed away/out/up, etc If something is washed away/out, etc, it is moved there by water.
yıkıp sürükleyip götür(ül)mek; yerle bir etmek/edilmek; silip süpür(ül)mek
A lot of the waste is washed out to sea.Movement of liquids
wash against/on, etc If water washes somewhere, it flows there.
yıkmak, yıkıp götürmek, yerle bir etmek
Waves washed against the base of the cliff.Movement of liquids
(Definition of wash verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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