washing-up

NOUN
  1. the washing of dishes etc after a meal
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How To Use washing-up In A Sentence

  • Develop/wash in a flat-bottomed tray containing water with a dash of washing-up liquid added.
  • You get plenty of atmosphere, and all the trimmings, but in the civilised company of a group of convivial adults (and someone else does the washing-up).
  • Blow bubbles - use washing-up liquid or a bottle of bubble mixture to create shimmering bubbles in the air, then watch them float away.
  • This includes emptying work surfaces, cleaning the sink and cooker and wiping paintwork - though the bedders are not expected to fight through piles of washing-up.
  • Whose turn is it to do the washing-up?
  • Washing-up liquids are often of the 'anionic' types and are likely to interfere with the dyeing process. Chapter 7
  • There's an enormous pile of washing-up in the sink.
  • Washing-up liquid will leave it shining and removes limescale too. The Sun
  • Cheap scent and costlier scent like fly spray, sticky underarm deodorant, hair lacquer, babies and washing-up hands.
  • And the fact that you eat them out of the tin means less washing-up than your average pie.
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