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washing-up

noun [U]
 
/ˌwɒʃɪŋˈʌp/ UK
A2 when you wash the dishes, pans, and other things you have used for cooking and eating a meal
bulaşık yıkama
He was doing the washing-up.Cleaning and tidying places and thingsWashing the dishes
Translations of “washing-up”
in Korean 설거지…
in Arabic غَسيل الأطباق…
in Portuguese lavagem de louça, louça para lavar…
in Catalan rentada, plats per a rentar…
in Japanese 皿洗い…
in Italian il lavare i piatti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 清洗餐具, 待洗的物品…
in Russian мытье посуды…
in Chinese (Simplified) 清洗餐具, 待洗的物品…
in Polish zmywanie (naczyń)…
(Definition of washing-up from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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