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Translation of "wipe" - English-Spanish dictionary

wipe

verb   /waɪp/ ( present participle wiping, past tense and past participle wiped)
to clean or dry something by moving a cloth across it limpiar, secar She wiped her hands on the towel.
noun   /waɪp/
an act of cleaning or drying something with a cloth pasada (con un trapo) I’ll give the table a wipe.
a thin cloth or piece of paper used for cleaning toallita baby wipes
(Definition of wipe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wipe

verb /waip/
to clean or dry by rubbing with a cloth, paper etc limpiar Would you wipe the table for me?
to remove by rubbing with a cloth, paper etc limpiar, enjugar The child wiped her tears away with her handkerchief The teacher wiped the writing off (the whiteboard) Please wipe up that spilt milk.
wiper noun
(also windscreen wiper) a moving arm for clearing rain etc from a vehicle’s windscreen. limpiaparabrisas
wipe out phrasal verb
to clean the inside of (a bowl etc ) with a cloth etc. limpiar el interior
to remove; to get rid of borrar, anular She tried to wipe out the memory of these terrible events.
to destroy completely aniquilar, exterminar They wiped out the whole regiment in one battle.
(Definition of wipe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “wipe”
in Korean -을 닦다…
in Arabic يَمْسَح…
in Malaysian mengelap, mengesat…
in French essuyer, effacer…
in Russian вытирать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擦,拭,抹…
in Italian pulire, asciugare…
in Turkish silmek…
in Polish wycierać…
in Vietnamese làm sạch, lau…
in Portuguese enxugar…
in Thai เช็ด, ขัด, เช็ดให้สะอาด…
in German (ab)wischen, wischen…
in Catalan netejar, eixugar…
in Japanese (布などで)~をふく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 擦,拭,抹…
in Indonesian menyeka…
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