|pyykki englanniksi||wash, laundry, washing|
: ux|en|The car is so dirty, we need to wash it.
: ux|en|Dishwashers wash dishes much more efficiently than most humans.
: Heavy rains wash a road or an embankment.
: ux|en|The flood washed away houses.
: ux|en|I wash every morning after getting up.
: Waves wash the shore.
*: fresh-blown roses washed with dew
*: [the landscape] washed with a cold, grey mist
: to hear the water washing
*: The king is running out of ideas as well as cash. His favourite shock-absorbing tactic—to blame his governments and sack his prime ministers—hardly washes.
: ux|en|Some calicoes do not wash.
: steel washed with silver
: Im going to have a quick wash before coming to bed.
: My jacket needs a wash.
: Theres a lot in that wash: maybe you should split it into two piles.
: I could hear the wash of the wave.
: The ship left a big wash
: Sail away from the wash to avoid rocking the boat.
: mouth wash
: hand wash
*: The wash of pastures, fields, commons, and roads, where rain water hath a long time settled.
*: These Lincoln washes have devoured them.
*: In some desert-wash systems (which have been termed “xero-riparian”)
*: ...though the wash may carry surface water for only a few hours a year.
*: Rock Spring Wash continues a short distance then joins Watson Wash. Water from Rock Spring comes out of the boulder strewn wash and disappears into the sand
*: I knew that for every vote I cast for, say, the Republicans, some kid at a polling place nearby was casting his votes for the Democrats, so it was probably a wash or close to it.
: rfquotek|B. Edwards
: a carriage wash in a stable
: Youve left your dirty laundry all over the house.
: the gold-washings, or silver-washings
: a washing of silver