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noun /mop/
a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc , fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc
a mop and bucket
a thick mass of hair
a mop of dark hair.
an act of mopping
He gave the floor a quick mop.
mop up phrasal verb to clean away using a mop, cloth etc
He mopped up the mess with his handkerchief.
Translations of “mop”
in Korean 대걸레…
in Arabic مِمْسَحة…
in French vadrouille, tignasse, coup de vadrouille…
in Italian scopettone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拖把, 洗碗刷…
in Russian швабра…
in Turkish püsküllü paspas…
in Polish mop…
in Portuguese esfregão…
in German der Mop, der Wust, das Wischen…
in Catalan pal de fregar…
in Japanese モップ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拖把, 洗碗刷…
(Definition of mop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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