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Translation of "launder" - English-Spanish dictionary

launder

verb   /ˈlɔːn·dər/
to hide the fact that an amount of money has been made illegally by putting the money into legal bank accounts or businesses lavar to launder drug money
(Definition of launder from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

launder

verb /ˈloːndə/
to wash and iron lavar, blanquear The bedsheets are laundered once a week.
launderette /loːnˈdret/ noun ( laundrette)
a shop where customers may wash clothes in washing machines. lavandería automática
laundress noun
a woman employed to launder. lavandera
laundry noun ( plural laundries)
a place where clothes etc are washed, especially in return for payment lavandería She took the sheets to the laundry a hospital laundry.
clothes etc which have been, or are to be, washed ropa sucia a bundle of laundry.
(Definition of launder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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