Translation of launder in Spanish:

launder

lavar y planchar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈlɔndər//ˈlɔːndə/

transitive verb

  • 1formal

    (wash and iron)
    lavar y planchar
    • Freshly laundered clothes were blowing in the wind.
    • The clothing was then laundered, sterilized, and x-rayed.
    • Patients should organise someone to launder their nightwear and bring in fresh supplies of nightclothes and toiletries.
    • They laundered work clothes separately from other family laundry.
    • The company launders linen for Perth's major teaching hospitals, as well as servicing a large number of nursing homes and hostels.
    • These other workers laundered their clothing only once each week at a laundromat; they did not have enough clothes to wear clean work clothes every day.
    • For future reference, if a label doesn't come with written instructions, turn back to this care symbol checklist before attempting to launder your clothes.
    • We all like having cleanly laundered clothes and access to round-the-clock take-out food.
    • We continue to hear about facilities that home launder their surgical scrub attire.
    • He opens the door to be greeted by a cleaner holding out a freshly laundered towel.
    • All individuals who enter the semirestricted and restricted areas of the surgical suite should wear freshly laundered surgical attire intended for use only within the surgical suite.
    • As I went into private practice, I made sure that my shoes always shone and dressed sharply, always wearing freshly laundered shirts to court.
    • Be sure to know beforehand how you are going to launder this fabric, because this is what makes or breaks it.
    • Easy to launder, towels also save on furniture wear and tear.
    • The river used for laundering clothes can be a place for exchanging information.
    • I'm being unfair, sitting here with the window slightly open, the crackle of thunder unfolding like static on a freshly laundered shirt, waiting and not waiting for the next bolt.
    • We strip the bed and are given freshly laundered linen in return.
    • Not having to transport and launder towels is a real boon.
    • It seems ridiculous to imagine that there were any facilities to enable the cowboys to even launder their clothes, especially as they appear to have lived life on the back of a horse!
    • I told Pamela that I'd launder her clothes and get them back to her somehow.
  • 2

    (money) blanquear
    (money) lavar Latin America

intransitive verb

  • 1

    it launders beautifully queda muy bien cuando se lava y se plancha