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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To cleanse, using water or other liquid, usually with soap, detergent, or bleach, by immersing, dipping, rubbing, or scrubbing: wash one's hands; wash windows.
- verb-transitive: To soak, rinse out, and remove (dirt or stain) with or as if with water: wash grease out of overalls.
- verb-transitive: To make moist or wet; drench: Tears washed the child's cheeks.
- verb-transitive: To flow over, against, or past: waves that washed the sandy shores.
- verb-transitive: To carry, erode, remove, or destroy by the action of moving water: Heavy rains washed the topsoil away.
- verb-transitive: To rid of corruption or guilt; cleanse or purify: wash sins away.
- verb-transitive: To cover or coat with a watery layer of paint or other coloring substance.
- verb-transitive: Chemistry To purify (a gas) by passing through or over a liquid, as to remove soluble matter.
- verb-transitive: Chemistry To pass a solvent, such as distilled water, through (a precipitate).
- verb-transitive: To separate constituents of (an ore) by immersion in or agitation with water.
- verb-transitive: To cause to undergo a swirling action: washed the tea around in the cup.
- verb-intransitive: To cleanse something in or by means of water or other liquid.
- verb-intransitive: To undergo washing without fading or other damage: This fabric will wash.
- verb-intransitive: Informal To hold up under examination; be convincing: "That [proclamation], of course, will not wash” ( John Hughes).
- verb-intransitive: To flow, sweep, or beat with a characteristic lapping sound: Waves washed over the pilings.
- verb-intransitive: To be carried away, removed, or drawn by the action of water.
- noun: The act or process of washing or cleansing.
- noun: A quantity of articles washed or intended for washing: The wash is on the back porch.
- noun: Waste liquid; swill.
- noun: Fermented liquid from which liquor is distilled.
- noun: A preparation or product used in washing or coating.
- noun: A cosmetic or medicinal liquid, such as a mouthwash.
- noun: A thin layer of watercolor or India ink spread on a drawing.
- noun: A light tint or hue: "a wash of red sunset” ( Thomas Pynchon).
- noun: A rush or surge of water or waves.
- noun: The sound of this rush or surge.
- noun: Removal or erosion of soil by the action of moving water.
- noun: A deposit of recently eroded debris.
- noun: Low or marshy ground washed by tidal waters.
- noun: A stretch of shallow water.
- noun: Western U.S. The dry bed of a stream.
- noun: Turbulence in air or water caused by the motion or action of an oar, propeller, jet, or airfoil.
- noun: Informal An activity, action, or enterprise that yields neither marked gain nor marked loss: "[The company] doesn't do badly. That is, it's a wash” ( Harper's).
- adjective: Used for washing.
- adjective: Being such that washing is possible; washable.
- phrasal-verb: wash down To clean by washing with water from top to bottom: wash down the walls.
- phrasal-verb: wash down To follow the ingestion of (food, for example) with the ingestion of a liquid: washed the cake down with coffee.
- phrasal-verb: wash out To remove or be removed by washing.
- phrasal-verb: wash out To cause to fade by laundering: color that had been washed out by bleach.
- phrasal-verb: wash out To carry or wear away or be carried or worn away by the action of moving water: The river rose and washed out the dam. The road has washed out five miles down the mountain.
- phrasal-verb: wash out To deplete or become depleted of vitality: By evening, I was washed out from overwork.
- phrasal-verb: wash out To eliminate or be eliminated as unsatisfactory: a football player who was washed out; an officer candidate who washed out after one month.
- phrasal-verb: wash out To cause (an event) to be rained out.
- phrasal-verb: wash up To wash one's hands.
- phrasal-verb: wash up Chiefly British To wash dishes after a meal.
- phrasal-verb: wash up To burn out; exhaust: all washed up as a politician.
- idiom: come out in the wash Slang To be revealed eventually: The real reasons for her resignation will come out in the wash.
- idiom: come out in the wash Slang To turn out well in the end: Don't worry: this project will come out in the wash.
- idiom: wash (one's) hands of To refuse to accept responsibility for.
- idiom: wash (one's) hands of To abandon; renounce.
- to have a wash nusiprausti
- to send clothes to the wash atiduoti drabužius skalbti 3 (ypa
- to give a wash nuplauti
- nuprausti 2 skalbimas
- (atrinktas) skalbti (apie drabužį)