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Traducción de "wash" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Mandarín

wash

noun (CLEANING) 洗涤     /wɒʃ/ US  /wɑːʃ/
[C usually singular] when you wash something or a part of your body 洗,洗涤;洗澡 Those curtains need a good (= careful) wash. 那些窗帘需要好好洗一洗了。 Erik needed a good wash after playing in the garden. 埃里克在花园里玩过之后需要好好洗个澡。 Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general words the wash [S] all the clothes, sheets, etc. that are washed together, especially in a washing machine (尤指用洗衣机一起洗的)所有衣物 Can I put this shirt in (with) the white wash? 我能把这件衬衫同白色的衣服一起洗吗? "Where's my pink shirt?" "It's in the wash" (= being washed or in a pile of clothes that is going to be washed). “我的粉红衬衫呢?”“正在洗着呢(或在要洗的衣服堆里)。” Cleaning clothes US for washing 洗衣服 Cleaning clothes have a wash to wash your body or a part of it 洗一洗(身体某部分);洗澡 I need to have a wash before dinner 吃饭前我要洗洗手。 Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally do a wash to clean clothes, sheets, etc., usually in a washing machine (通常指用洗衣机)洗衣物 Are you doing a wash tonight? 你今天晚上要洗衣服吗? Cleaning clothes
(Definition of wash noun (CLEANING) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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