Difference between wash and rinseflush
- admit to testing or proof
- be capable of being washed
- make moist
- cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water
- separate dirt or gravel from (precious minerals)
- a watercolor made by applying a series of monochrome washes one over the other
- the dry bed of an intermittent stream (as at the bottom of a canyon)
- the erosive process of washing away soil or gravel by water (as from a roadway)
- the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
- garments or white goods that can be cleaned by laundering
Sewage overflowed into wash basins at West Middlesex Hospital following a blockage in one of the toilets.
Mr Boardman said: ‘I was out walking with my wife and dog when we happened across a little cove and we found the creature in the flotsam that had been washed up.’
Upstairs were the bedrooms; mother-and-fathers room the largest; a smaller room for one or two sons, another for one or two daughters; each of these rooms containing a double bed, a washstand, a bureau, a wardrobe, a little table, a rocking-chair, and often a chair or two that had been slightly damaged downstairs, but not enough to justify either the expense of repair or decisive abandonment in the attic.