Traducción de dry-clean en Español:

dry-clean

limpiar en seco, v.

Pronunciación /ˌdrʌɪˈkliːn//ˈdraɪˌklin/

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    (curtains/clothes) limpiar en seco
    I had my coat dry-cleaned mandé el abrigo al tinte España
    • [ S ]dry-clean only limpiar en seco
    • There's also a shop - Retail Therapy - which offers everything from Costa Coffee and stuffed toys to dry-cleaning and a florist.
    • All sealants are permanent when washed and dry-cleaned except for No-Fray, which will dissolve in dry cleaning.
    • Her dress has no label, except for the one that claims this garment should be dry-cleaned.
    • This type of bedding is usually very warm, and it should be dry-cleaned unless the manufacturer's label says otherwise.
    • ‘Don't get your clothes dry-cleaned, eat organically, throw out the super-strength cleaners,’ she said.
    • It was made of really expensive material; the type that had to be dry-cleaned and could not get wet.
    • It's not a myth; dry-cleaning your clothes too often isn't a good idea.
    • He'd take it to be dry-cleaned between Christmas and the New Year, he thought to himself, to remove the inevitable night-club stench of sweat, beer and smoke.
    • Do I need to fumigate the entire house and dry-clean all of my clothes?
    • In addition to all these benefits, by dry-cleaning your clothes, you'll support the steel industry and never run out of hangers!
    • The problem with metallics, however, is that they can't be dry-cleaned, nor are these hand-crafted costumes machine washable.
    • A legal secretary decided to use e-mail as a weapon to publicly humiliate her boss, who had asked her for £4 to dry-clean trousers on which she had accidentally spilled some tomato sauce.
    • Cashmere is also extremely delicate and, unless otherwise indicated, should always be dry-cleaned.
    • She was concentrating on not spilling anything on her blouse, which had been dry-cleaned the day before.
    • Trousers, which tend to thin in the crotch and in the seat, are dry-cleaned more often than suit jackets.
    • Other discharges include 37,000 gallons of oily bilge water and 15 gallons of toxic waste from dry-cleaning, painting and photograph-processing.
    • The first step is to discern which pieces should be dry-cleaned by reading the labels on your clothing.
    • Launder or dry-clean all clothing and outerwear.
    • When a customer left a pile of dirty things whoever was checking in determined what was to be washed and what to be dry-cleaned.
    • And she doesn't buy clothes that need to be dry-cleaned.