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wash [ wɔʃ] vt.洗;冲出 vi.洗涤

wash up 洗餐具;洗手洗脸

wash [wɔʃ] n.&v. 洗, 洗涤, 冲洗, 洗涤剂, 洼地

washing machine n. 洗衣机

大胜 white wash

水墨画 Chinese brush drawing; ink and wash painting

“跳进黄河洗不清” "eve if one jumped into the Yellow River, one can not wash oneself clean--there's nothing one can do to clear one's name "

Washing Machinery Plant 洗涤机械厂

Washing Machine Factory 洗衣机厂

Car Wash Kit 汽车清洗用品

Fully Automatic Washing Machine 全自动洗衣机

Semi Automatic Washing Machine 半自动洗衣机

Twin Tub Washing Machine 双缸洗衣机

Washing Machine 洗衣机

Washing Machine Parts 洗衣机部件

Washing Machine Timer 洗衣机定时器

Washing Powder 洗衣粉

wash one's dirty linen in public 公开谈论阴私.

wash out 精疲力竭,脸色苍白

“跳进黄河洗不清”
"eve if one jumped into the Yellow River, one can not wash oneself clean--there's nothing one can do to clear one's name "

washing machine 洗衣机

All washed up 企业倒闭

an automatic washing machine
一台自动洗衣机

The river flooded its banks, washing away part of the main railway line.
洪水淹没了河岸,冲坏了部分铁路干线。

The river banks have been washed away by the flood.
河岸被洪水冲毁了。

How much do you charge for washing a car?
你们洗部车要收多少钱?

This material washes easily.
这种衣料容易洗涤。

They started washing up, so that was a cue focus to leave the party.
他们开始洗刷碗碟,这就暗示我们该离开晚会了。

Will the shirt shrink in the wash?
这件衬衣洗过以后会缩水吗?

My T-shirt stretched when I washed it.
我的T恤衫洗后变大了。

I washed a lot of clothes, but couldn't find a rope to hang them.
我洗了很多衣服,但找不到绳子把它们晾起来。

I dress my sister and wash her hands and face.
我给我妹妹穿衣服,洗脸洗手。

My car needs washing. 我的车需要洗一洗。

I would like to wash the clothes for you. 我愿意帮你洗这些衣服。

It was your turn to wash them yesterday. 昨天轮到你把它们洗干净。

Could you tell me where I can wash my hands?请问洗手间怎么走?

I'm doing some washing and John is cooking dinner.我正在洗衣服,约翰在做晚饭。

We'll heat some water to wash clothes.
我们会热点儿水洗衣服。

The little cat drank its milk and washed its face.
小猫喝了牛奶,又洗了脸。

The cat is washing itself.
猫正在给自己洗脸。

This washing machine is the latest model.
这种洗衣机是最新型产品。

Will you help me to wash up all these pots and pans?
帮我洗洗这些锅碗瓢盆好吗?

The floor requires washing.
这地板该洗了。

They washed their faces.
他们洗了脸。

I must wash my hands before dinner.
吃饭前,我必须洗手。

我得洗脸了。
I have to go wash my face. *go wash是go和wash两个动词连用,口语中常用。可以把它看作是go and wash的缩略形式。

把睡衣收好。
Put those pajamas away!
Put those pajamas away! (把睡衣收好。)
Oh, I'm washing those. (啊,我正要洗呢。)

手洗干净了吗?
Did you wash your hands well?
Did you wash your hands well? (手洗干净了吗?)
Yes. (洗干净了。)

把盘子洗了。
Do the dishes! *最好就这样记住。
Do the dishes! (把盘子洗了。)
I will. (就去洗。)
Do the dishes! (把盘子洗了。)
It's not my turn. (今天不该我洗。)
Wash the dishes!

我去洗个澡。
I'm going to take a bath.
I'm going to take a bath. (我去洗个澡。)
Make sure you wash up well. (好好洗洗啊。)

把厨房的池子洗干净。
Please scrub the sink. *“洗”一般用动词wash和clean来表示,但是“使劲搓洗”这一动作,用scrub表示最合适。

饶了我吧!
Have a heart!
Finish your homework first, then wash my car. (你先写作业,然后再把我的车洗了。)
Have a heart, dad! (饶了我吧,爸爸!)

I always have a big wash to do on Saturdays.
我星期六总是有一大堆的衣物要洗。

I did three loads of wash today.
我今天洗了三次衣服。

Can you help me wash the car?
你可以帮我洗车吗?

I'll hand wash the dress.
我要用手洗这件上装。

A crow is never the whiter for washing herself often.
江山易改,本性难移。

A clean hand wants no washing.
身正不怕影子斜。

A sow, when washed; returns to the muck.
江山易改,本性难移。

Do not wash dirty linen in public.
家丑不可外扬。

Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.
音乐可洗去灵魂中日常生活所沾染的污垢。

Salt water and absence wash away love.
远离久别爱情淡。久别情淡?

Wash a dog, comb a dog, Still a dog, remains a dog.
本性难移。

Wash station 水洗工位

Where can I wash my hands?
请问洗手间在哪里?

The stream of time, which is continually washing the dissoluble fabrics of other poets, passes withut injury by the adamant of Shakespeare.
Samuel Johnson, British writer
时光之流不停顿地冲刷着其他诗人们的那些易摧毁的塑像,但是在莎士比亚的巨像面前,却一晃而过,不损分毫。
英国作家约翰逊.S.

I'm all washed up.我都完事了(筋疲力尽了)。

@@@ 水
a column of water 水柱
assembly line 流水作业线
draw off 放干, 排掉(水等)
glue to 1.似用胶固定般紧贴; 紧盯
2.用胶水粘合
handsome salary 可观的薪水
hold water (容器等)盛得住水, 不漏水
wash away (水)将...冲掉或冲至

up : 完成,结束(expressing completeness and finality)
finish up 完成
drink up 喝干
eat up 吃光
burn up 烧光
wash up 洗净
use up 用光
fill up 装满
pay up 付清
settle up 解决
lick up 甜净
sum up 总结,
open up 透露
end up 结束
let up 中止, 减少
draw up 停止
close up 停止,关闭
swallow up 吞没
beat up 痛打
cover up 掩盖
break up 结束,分解
wind up 结束

down : 减少(强度,量和体积)(a decrease in intensity, amount, bulk)
dwindle down 减少
die down 变弱,逐渐停止
go down 平静下来
mark down 削减
hold down 压低
burn down (火)减弱, 烧坏
slow down 慢下来
burn down 烧掉
wash down 冲淡
clean down 弄干净
rub down 擦干净
bring down 降低
keep down 缩减
trim down 裁减
water down 冲淡
thin down 减少
run down 用光衰弱
wear down 削减,磨损
come down 下跌
knock down 降价

off : 去掉,断开(indicating removal or disconnection)
cut off 切断
tear off 扯掉
take off 拿走
chip off 切下
come off 脱落
cross off 除去
drop off 跌落
fall off 脱落
flick off 弹掉
peel off 剥掉
pull off 撕开
rub off 擦掉
scrape off 挂去
shave off 剃去
wash off 洗掉
shake off 抖落
throw off 扔开
rip off 扯开
turn off 关掉
strip off 脱去
switch off 关掉
take off 脱掉
shut off 关掉
wear off 磨损
go off 爆炸
break off 中断

away : 减少,减弱(indicating loss, lessening, weakening)
burn away 烧尽
brush away 刷掉
die away 消失
drain away 流走
melt away 融化
pass away 消失
rub away 擦掉
wash away 冲走
wipe away 擦掉
boil away 汽化

wash one's dirty linen in public 公开谈论阴私.

wash out 精疲力竭,脸色苍白

- wash one's hands off something 洗手不干某事
Mr. Butcher, with a long family history of gambling, decided to wash his hand off gambling.

- take something to heart 往心里去/认真接受意见等
Tom decided to take his father's words to heart and wash his hands off smoking.

- give someone the runaround 敷衍搪塞
My washing machine broke down, When I went to the repair shop, they gave me the runaround.

棒槌 [bàng chuí] /wooden club (used to beat clothes in washing)/

冲 [chōng] /to rinse/to collide/to water/to rush/to dash (against)/to wash out/to charge/highway/public road/

冲洗 [chōng xǐ] /to rinse/to wash/

荡 [dàng] /a pond/pool/wash/squander/sweep away/move/shake/dissolute/

涤 [dí] /wash/cleanse/

澉 [gǎn] /place name/wash/

盥 [guàn] /wash (especially hands)/

浣 [huàn] /to wash/to rinse/10 day period in the month (during Tang dynasty)/

浣衣 [huàn yī] /to wash clothes/

浣濯 [huàn zhuó] /to wash/to rinse/

脸盆 [liǎn pén] /(n) basin for washing hands and face/

流失 [liú shī] /be drained away/to run off/to wash away/

清洗 [qīng xǐ] /to wash/to clean/to purge/

淘 [táo] /cleanse/eliminate/to clean out/to wash/

淘箩 [táo luó] /basket (for washing rice)/

洗 [xǐ] /to wash/to bathe/

洗涤 [xǐ dí] /rinse/wash/washing/

洗脸 [xǐ liǎn] /to wash your face/

洗刷 [xǐ shuā] /wash/brush/scrub/

洗衣机 [xǐ yī jī] /washer/washing machine/

渲 [xuàn] /wash (color)/

{adj: ablutionary, cleansing} cleansing the body by washing; especially ritual washing of e.g. hands
"ablutionary rituals"

{adj: bleached, faded, washed-out, washy} having lost freshness or brilliance of color
"sun-bleached deck chairs"
"faded jeans"
"a very pale washed-out blue"
"washy colors"

{adj: broken, busted} out of working order (`busted' is an informal substitute for `broken')
"a broken washing machine"
"the coke machine is broken"
"the coke machine is busted"

{adj: done for, ruined, sunk, undone, washed-up} doomed to extinction

{adj: exhausted, dog-tired, fagged, fatigued, played out, spent, washed-out, worn-out, worn out} drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted
"the day's shopping left her exhausted"
"he went to bed dog-tired"
"was fagged and sweaty"
"the trembling of his played out limbs"
"felt completely washed-out"
"only worn-out horses and cattle"
"you look worn out"

{adj: faineant, indolent, lazy, otiose, slothful, work-shy} disinclined to work or exertion
"faineant kings under whose rule the country languished"
"an indolent hanger-on"
"too lazy to wash the dishes"
"shiftless idle youth"
"slothful employees"
"the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy"

{adj: indelible, unerasable} cannot be removed, washed away or erased
"an indelible stain"

{adj: laborsaving, laboursaving} designed to replace or conserve human and especially manual labor
"laborsaving devices like washing machines"

{adj: slick} made slick by e.g. ice or grease
"sidewalks slick with ice"
"roads are slickest when rain has just started and hasn't had time to wash away the oil"

{adj: wash-and-wear, drip-dry} treated so as to be easily or quickly washed and dried and requiring little or no ironing
"a wash-and-wear shirt"

{adj: washable} capable of being washed without injury
"washable woolens"
"acrylic blankets are both warm and washable"
<-> nonwashable

{adj: washed, water-washed} clean by virtue of having been washed in water

{adj: washed} wet as from washing; sometimes used in combination
"rain-washed"

{adj: water-washed} washed or swept with water especially waves of the sea

{adv: recently, newly, freshly, fresh, new} very recently
"they are newly married"
"newly raised objections"
"a newly arranged hairdo"
"grass new washed by the rain"
"a freshly cleaned floor"
"we are fresh out of tomatoes"

{adv: repeatedly} several time
"it must be washed repeatedly"

{adv: sketchily} in a sketchy incomplete manner
"he explained sketchily"
"the dishes were only sketchily washed"

{n: Gram's method, Gram method, Gram's procedure, Gram's stain, Gram stain} a staining technique used to classify bacteria; bacteria are stained with gentian violet and then treated with Gram's solution; after being decolorized with alcohol and treated with safranine and washed in water, those that retain the gentian violet are Gram-positive and those that do not retain it are Gram-negative

{n: Mennonitism} system of beliefs and practices including belief in scriptural authority; plain dress; adult baptism; foot washing; restriction of marriage to members of the group

{n: ablution} the ritual washing of a priest's hands or of sacred vessels

{n: airing cupboard} a warm cupboard where you put newly washed clothes until they are completely dry

{n: ambergris} waxy substance secreted by the sperm whale and found floating at sea or washed ashore; used in perfume

{n: annoyance, bother, botheration, pain, infliction, pain in the neck, pain in the ass} something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness
"washing dishes was a nuisance before we got a dish washer"
"a bit of a bother"
"he's not a friend, he's an infliction"

{n: aquatint} a method of etching that imitates the broad washes of a water color

{n: bathtub, bathing tub, bath, tub} a relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body

{n: bath} you soak and wash your body in a bathtub
"he has a good bath every morning"

{n: bed} a foundation of earth or rock supporting a road or railroad track
"the track bed had washed away"

{n: bidet} a basin for washing genitals and anal area

{n: blackwash} a wash that colors a surface black

{n: breakwater, groin, groyne, mole, bulwark, seawall, jetty} a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away

{n: calcimine} a water-base paint containing zinc oxide and glue and coloring; used as a wash for walls and ceilings

{n: chamois cloth} a piece of chamois used for washing windows or cars

{n: chlorhexidine} a long-lasting liquid antiseptic; used by surgeons to wash their hands before performing surgery

{n: clothes dryer, clothes drier} a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing

{n: clothes hamper, laundry basket, clothes basket, voider} a hamper that holds dirty clothes to be washed or wet clothes to be dried

{n: colander, cullender} bowl-shaped strainer; used to wash or drain foods

{n: color wash, colour wash} a wash of whitewash or other water-base paint tinted with a colored pigment

{n: column, chromatography column} a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography; a mixture is poured in the top and washed through a stationary substance where components of the mixture are adsorbed selectively to form colored bands

{n: conditioner} a substance used in washing (clothing or hair) to make things softer

{n: dishpan} large pan for washing dishes

{n: dishrag, dishcloth} a cloth for washing dishes

{n: dishwasher, dish washer, dishwashing machine} a machine for washing dishes

{n: dishwasher} someone who washes dishes

{n: dishwashing, washup} the act of washing dishes

{n: dishwater} water in which dishes and cooking utensils are washed

{n: driftwood} wood that is floating or that has been washed ashore

{n: elution} the process of extracting one material from another by washing with a solvent to remove adsorbed material from an adsorbent (as in washing of loaded ion-exchange resins to remove captured ions); used to obtain uranium ions

{n: erosion, eroding, eating away, wearing, wearing away} (geology) the mechanical process of wearing or grinding something down (as by particles washing over it)

{n: face, human face} the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear
"he washed his face"
"I wish I had seen the look on his face when he got the news"

{n: flatwork, flat wash} ironing that can be done mechanically

{n: folderol, rubbish, tripe, trumpery, trash, wish-wash, applesauce, codswallop} nonsensical talk or writing

{n: footbath} a small bathtub for warming or washing or disinfecting the feet

{n: gastric lavage} washing out the stomach with sterile water or a saltwater solution; removes blood or poisons
"when the doctor ordered a gastric lavage the hospital pumped out my stomach"

{n: hair care, haircare, hairdressing} care for the hair: the activity of washing or cutting or curling or arranging the hair

{n: indelible ink} ink that cannot be erased or washed away

{n: ironing} the work of using heat to smooth washed clothes in order to remove any wrinkles

{n: irrigation} (medicine) cleaning a wound or body organ by flushing or washing out with water or a medicated solution

{n: launderette, Laundromat} a self-service laundry (service mark Laundromat) where coin-operated washing machines are available to individual customers

{n: laundering} washing clothes and bed linens

{n: laundry detergent} any of various detergents designed for use in a washing machine for clothing

{n: laundry, wash, washing, washables} garments or white goods that can be cleaned by laundering

{n: laundry} workplace where clothes are washed and ironed

{n: lavage} washing out a hollow organ (especially the stomach) by flushing with water

{n: line} something (as a cord or rope) that is long and thin and flexible
"a washing line"

{n: loofa, loofah, luffa, loufah sponge} the dried fibrous part of the fruit of a plant of the genus Luffa; used as a washing sponge or strainer

{n: placer miner} a miner who extracts minerals from a placer by washing or dredging

{n: placer mining} mining valuable minerals from a placer by washing or dredging

{n: plate rack} a rack for holding plates to dry after they have been washed

{n: public toilet, comfort station, public convenience, convenience, public lavatory, restroom, toilet facility, wash room} a toilet that is available to the public

{n: rain-wash} the washing away of soil or other loose material by rain

{n: reflexive verb} a verb whose agent performs an action that is directed at the agent
"the sentence `he washed' has a reflexive verb"
"`perjure' is a reflexive verb because you cannot perjure anyone but yourself"

{n: rinse, rinsing} the removal of soap with clean water in the final stage of washing

{n: rinse} washing lightly without soap

{n: scullion} a kitchen servant employed to do menial tasks (especially washing)

{n: seed lac} granular material obtained from stick lac by crushing and washing

{n: shampoo} cleansing agent consisting of soaps or detergents used for washing the hair

{n: shampoo} the act of washing your hair with shampoo

{n: shower stall, shower bath} booth for washing yourself, usually in a bathroom

{n: shower, shower bath} washing yourself by standing upright under water sprayed from a nozzle
"he took a shower after the game"

{n: slipstream, airstream, race, backwash, wash} the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller

{n: soak, soaking} washing something by allowing it to soak

{n: soap film} a film left on objects after they have been washed in soap

{n: soap powder, built-soap powder, washing powder} soap in powdered form mixed with alkaline builders

{n: sodium carbonate, washing soda, sal soda, soda ash, soda} a sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders and glass and paper

{n: soil erosion} the washing away of soil by the flow of water

{n: southwestern toad, Bufo microscaphus} a uniformly warty stocky toad of washes and streams of semiarid southwestern United States

{n: sponge bath} you wash your body with a sponge or washcloth instead of in a bathtub

{n: squeegee} T-shaped cleaning implement with a rubber edge across the top; drawn across a surface to remove water (as in washing windows)

{n: urceole} a vessel that holds water for washing the hands

{n: wash leather} piece of chamois used for cleaning and polishing

{n: wash, dry wash} the dry bed of an intermittent stream (as at the bottom of a canyon)

{n: wash, wash drawing} a watercolor made by applying a series of monochrome washes one over the other

{n: wash, washing, lavation} the work of cleansing (usually with soap and water)

{n: wash-and-wear, wash-and-wear fabric} a fabric treated to be easily washable and to require no ironing

{n: washbasin, basin, washbowl, washstand, lavatory} a bathroom sink that is permanently installed and connected to a water supply and drainpipe; where you can wash your hands and face
"he ran some water in the basin and splashed it on his face"

{n: washbasin, handbasin, washbowl, lavabo, wash-hand basin} a basin for washing the hands (`wash-hand basin' is a British expression)

{n: washcloth, washrag, flannel, face cloth} bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body

{n: washday, washing day} a day set aside for doing household laundry

{n: washer, automatic washer, washing machine} a home appliance for washing clothes and linens automatically

{n: washerman, laundryman} operates industrial washing machine

{n: washer} someone who washes things for a living

{n: washing-up} the washing of dishes etc after a meal

{n: washout, wash} the erosive process of washing away soil or gravel by water (as from a roadway)
"from the house they watched the washout of their newly seeded lawn by the water"

{n: washstand, wash-hand stand} furniture consisting of a table or stand to hold a basin and pitcher of water for washing: `wash-hand stand' is a British term

{n: washtub} a tub in which clothes or linens can be washed

{n: washup, bathing} the act of washing yourself (or another person)

{n: washwoman, washerwoman, laundrywoman, laundress} a working woman who takes in washing

{n: wash} a thin coat of water-base paint

{n: wash} any enterprise in which losses and gains cancel out
"at the end of the year the accounting department showed that it was a wash"

{n: white goods} large electrical home appliances (refrigerators or washing machines etc.) that are typically finished in white enamel

{n: whitewash} wash consisting of lime and size in water; used for whitening walls and other surfaces

{n: window washer} someone who washes windows

{n: window-washing} the activity of washing windows

{n: wish-wash} any thin watery drink

{v: acid-wash} wash with acid so as to achieve a bleached look
"acid-wash blue jeans"

{v: allow, take into account} allow or plan for a certain possibility ; concede the truth or validity of something
"I allow for this possibility"
"The seamstress planned for 5% shrinkage after the first wash"

{v: cleanse, clean} clean one's body or parts thereof, as by washing
"clean up before you see your grandparents"
"clean your fingernails before dinner"

{v: condition} apply conditioner to in order to make smooth and shiny
"I condition my hair after washing it"

{v: cradle} wash in a cradle
"cradle gold"

{v: cycle} cause to go through a recurring sequence
"cycle thge laundry in this washing program"

{v: deterge} wipe away ; to wash off or out, cleanse ; chiefly in medical use: to clear away foul matter from the body
"This drug is powerful enough to deterge"

{v: draw} contract
"The material drew after it was washed in hot water"

{v: elute} wash out with a solvent, as in chromatography

{v: exhaust, wash up, beat, tucker, tucker out} wear out completely
"This kind of work exhausts me"
"I'm beat"
"He was all washed up after the exam"

{v: felt, felt up, mat up, matt-up, matte up, matte, mat} change texture so as to become matted and felt-like
"The fabric felted up after several washes"

{v: flow} cause to flow
"The artist flowed the washes on the paper"

{v: function, work, operate, go, run} perform as expected when applied
"The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in"
"Does this old car still run well?"
"This old radio doesn't work anymore"
<-> malfunction

{v: handwash, hand-wash} wash or launder by hand instead of with a machine
"This delicate sweater must be handwashed"
<-> machine wash

{v: hush} wash by removing particles
"Wash ores"

{v: lave, lap, wash} wash or flow against
"the waves laved the shore"

{v: machine wash, machine-wash} wash by machine
"Can these shirts be machine-washed?"
<-> handwash

{v: moisten, wash, dampen} make moist
"The dew moistened the meadows"

{v: pan, pan out, pan off} wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals

{v: pressure-wash, powerwash} wash before painting to remove old paint and mildew
"pressure-wash the house"

{v: rain out, wash out} prevent or interrupt due to rain
"The storm had washed out the game"

{v: replace, put back} put something back where it belongs
"replace the book on the shelf after you have finished reading it"
"please put the clean dishes back in the cabinet when you have washed them"

{v: rinse, rinse off} wash off soap or remaining dirt

{v: scrub, scrub up} wash thoroughly
"surgeons must scrub prior to an operation"

{v: service} make fit for use
"service my truck"
"the washing machine needs to be serviced"

{v: shower} take a shower ; wash one's body in the shower
"You should shower after vigorous exercise"

{v: smell} smell bad
"He rarely washes, and he smells"

{v: solarize, solarise} reverse some of the tones of (a negative or print) and introduce pronounced outlines of highlights, by exposing it briefly to light, then washing and redeveloping it

{v: sponge down} wash with a sponge

{v: sponge on} apply with a sponge
"The painter sponged on his washes"

{v: stonewash, stone-wash} wash with stones to achieve a worn appearance
"stonewash blue jeans"

{v: suds} wash in suds

{v: swab, swob} wash with a swab or a mop
"swab the ship's decks"

{v: tumble} put clothes in a tumbling barrel, where they are whirled about in hot air, usually with the purpose of drying
"Wash in warm water and tumble dry"

{v: wash away} eliminate
"wash away all the differences"

{v: wash down, flush down} flow freely
"The body washed down the river"

{v: wash down} eat food accompanied by lots of liquid ; also use metaphorically
"She washed down her dinner with a bottle of red wine"
"He washes down his worries with a nightly glass of whisky"

{v: wash one's hands} to absolve oneself of responsibility or future blame
"I wash my hands of this"

{v: wash out} deplete of strength or vitality
"The illness washed her out"

{v: wash out} drain off the color in the course of laundering
"The harsh soap washed out the delicate blouse"

{v: wash out} lose color in the process of being washed
"The expensive shirt washed out in the German washing machine"

{v: wash out} wash free from unwanted substances, such as dirt
"Wash out your dirty shirt in the sink"

{v: wash out} wear or destroy by the force of water


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