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Spanish translation of “wash”

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wash

noun
things to be washed or being washed
(estar para) lavar; (estar en la) colada
Your sweater is in the wash.
the flowing or lapping (of waves etc)
chapoteo
the wash of waves against the rocks.
a liquid with which something is washed
enjuague; líquido (detergente, desinfectante, etc)
a mouthwash.
a thin coat (of water-colour/-color paint etc ), especially in a painting
capa
The background of the picture was a pale blue wash.
the waves caused by a moving boat etc
remolinos; estela
The rowing boat was tossing about in the wash from the ship’s propellers.
Translations of “wash”
in Korean 빨래, 세탁…
in Arabic غَسيل…
in French lavage, clapotis, liquide (de nettoyage)…
in Italian bucato, biancheria da lavare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 洗滌, 洗,洗滌, 洗澡…
in Russian стирка…
in Turkish çamaşır…
in Polish pranie…
in Portuguese roupa para lavar, lavagem…
in German die Wäsche, die Brandung, das Wasser…
in Catalan bugada…
in Japanese 洗濯物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 洗涤, 洗,洗涤, 洗澡…
(Definition of wash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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