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Definición de “rinse” en inglés

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rinse

verb [I or T] uk   /rɪns/ us  

rinse verb [I or T] (CLEAN)

to use water to clean the soap or dirt from something: First apply shampoo to hair and then rinse thoroughly. There was no soap, so I just rinsed my hands with water.
Phrasal verbs

rinse

noun uk   /rɪns/ us  
[C] the process of using water to get rid of soap or dirt: He gave the soapy dishes a rinse. She gave the dirty towel a quick rinse. [C or U] a substance that gives a temporary colour to the hair: My grandmother had a blue rinse every month.
Traducciones de “rinse”
en coreano 헹구다…
en árabe يَشْطُف…
en francés rincer…
en turco durulamak, temiz suyla yıkamak…
en italiano sciacquare…
en chino (tradicionál) 沖洗, (用清水)沖洗,涮洗,漂洗…
en ruso полоскать, промывать…
en polaco płukać…
en español enjuagar, aclarar…
en portugués enxaguar…
en alemán spülen…
en catalán esbandir…
en japonés ~を水洗いする, すすぐ…
en chino (simplificado) 冲洗, (用清水)冲洗,涮洗,漂洗…
(Definition of rinse from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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