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sluice sth down/out

phrasal verb with sluice uk   us   /sluːs/ verb [I usually + adv/prep]
to ​wash something with a ​largeamount of ​runningwater: We had to ​sluice out the ​garage to get ​rid of the ​smell of ​petrol.
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Translations of “sluice sth down/out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 冲洗…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沖洗…
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