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Traducción de "wash" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Tradicional

wash

noun (CLEANING)
洗滌
 
 
/wɒʃ/ US  /wɑːʃ/
[C usually singular] when you wash something or a part of your body
洗,洗滌;洗澡
Those curtains need a good (= careful) wash.
那些窗簾需要好好洗一洗了。
Erik needed a good wash after playing in the garden.
埃裡克在花園裡玩過之後需要好好洗個澡。
Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general words
the wash [S] all the clothes, sheets, etc. that are washed together, especially in a washing machine
(尤指用洗衣機一起洗的)所有衣物
Can I put this shirt in (with) the white wash?
我能把這件襯衫同白色的衣服一起洗嗎?
"Where's my pink shirt?" "It's in the wash" (= being washed or in a pile of clothes that is going to be washed).
「我的粉紅襯衫呢?」「正在洗著呢(或在要洗的衣服堆裡)。」
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(身體某部分);洗澡
I need to have a wash before dinner
吃飯前我要洗洗手。
Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
do a wash to clean clothes, sheets, etc., usually in a washing machine
(通常指用洗衣機)洗衣物
Are you doing a wash tonight?
你今天晚上要洗衣服嗎?
Cleaning clothes
(Definition of wash noun (CLEANING) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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