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Definición de “bleach” en inglés

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bleach

noun [U] uk   /bliːtʃ/ us  
a strong chemical used for cleaning things or removing colour from things

bleach

verb [T or I] uk   /bliːtʃ/ us  
to remove the colour from something or make it lighter, with the use of chemicals or by the effect of light from the sun; to become lighter in this way : Gary's had his hair bleached. There was nothing there except for a pile of sun-bleached bones. The bones of oxen were bleaching in the sun beside the trail.
Traducciones de “bleach”
en coreano 표백제…
en árabe مُبَيِّض…
en francés eau de javel…
en turco ağartma, rengini giderme, temizleme…
en italiano candeggiante…
en chino (tradicionál) 漂白劑…
en ruso отбеливающее вещество…
en polaco wybielacz…
en español lejía…
en portugués alvejante, água sanitária…
en alemán das Bleichmittel…
en catalán lleixiu…
en japonés 漂白剤, ブリーチ…
en chino (simplificado) 漂白剂…
(Definition of bleach from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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