wash = lavar transitive verb

wash = lavado noun

1wash

/ˈwɔʃ, ˈwɑʃ/ transitive verb
transitive verb

Spanish Translation of WASH

transitive verb
1
clean : lavar (se), limpiar, fregar
to wash the disheslavar los platos
to wash one's handslavarse las manos
3
lap : bañar
waves were washing the shorelas olas bañaban la orilla
4
carry, drag : arrastrar
they were washed out to seafueron arrastrados por el mar
5
to be/get washed out : cancelarse por lluvia
6
to wash away : llevarse (un puente, etc.)
7
to wash down : lavar (paredes, etc.)
8
to wash down : tragarse (con agua, etc.)
9
to wash off : lavar
10
to wash off : quitar (la suciedad, etc.)
11
to wash out : lavar (un recipiente)
12
to wash out : destruir, inundar (una carretera, etc.)
13
to wash out : quitar (una mancha, etc.)
intransitive verb
1
: lavar (se)
I'll wash, you dryyo lavo y tú secas
wash before dinnerlávate antes de cenar
the dress washes wellel vestido se lava bien
2
to wash over : bañar
relief washed over mesentí un gran alivio
3
to wash off/out : quitarse
4
to wash up bathe : lavarse
5
to wash up/ashore : ser arrojado por el mar

2wash

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of WASH

1
: lavado masculine
to give something a washlavar algo
2
laundry : artículos masculine plural para lavar, ropa feminine sucia
3
: estela feminine (de un barco)

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