In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(wash)(cutlery/hands) enjuagar(rice/mushrooms) lavarrinse the tealeaves down the sink — echa las hojas de té por el desagüe y deja correr el agua
- Bryce rinsed out his bowl in the wash basin he'd set up and glanced at Mac.
- Wash the face piece in detergent and water, rinse it thoroughly, and dry it in a well-ventilated area.
- She ran the faucet one last time and ran her hands under the stream of water, rinsing them clean of the variety of juices from the messy food.
- Gerald finished his breakfast and rinsed out his bowl.
- Rinsing with water alone does not produce effective cleaning.
- She quickly finished her spaghetti and rinsed out her plate in the clean sink.
- I rinsed out my glass and sat it in the sink before wiping my mouth then heading back into the lounge room.
- He ran cold water in the sink, rinsed his hands and then splashed it across his face.
- Astor rinsed out the drinking glass on the kitchen window ledge and filled it full.
- I rose quickly from my chair and rinsed out my bowl.
- Then I gulped down my lukewarm milk, rinsed out the glass in the sink, drank two cups of cold water, and rinsed the glass a final time before heading out into the living room.
- Flipping the television off, I went to the kitchen sink where I rinsed out my bowl and spoon and returned to the bathroom.
- As soon as she moved, Mary moved over to the sink and rinsed out the glass before drying it and putting it back in its rightful place.
- She rinses the clothes in hot water.
- After a minute, I had calmed down, and I rinsed my hands in the cold water from the tap, splashing water onto my face.
- She soaked one of the small towels into the hot water and rinsed it dry.
- Alex walks into the bathroom, and starts to rinse his face with water from the sink.
- I started to shampoo my hair then rinsed it after.
- She could hear that Sarah was now completely awake so she got up, rinsed out her glass and bowl and started for the bedroom to see how Sarah was doing.
- After it was rinsed clean, she put conditioner in her hair.
- She rinsed the sink, swiped the water stains off the faucet and folded the tea towel.
- After the six of them had devoured the pancakes and eggs, they cleaned up the kitchen, rinsing the dishes and loading the dishwasher.
- I wolfed down my soggy cereal and rinsed out the bowl before quickly walking out of the white kitchen to hide my tears.
- Vivian sighed and rinsed her paintbrush in the cup of water.
- After rinsing out her glass with water, she replied.
- Wanting to leave as soon as possible, she emptied her wine into the sink, and rinsed it with the water from the faucet.
- Once she was done she rinsed her face with cold water and moved in slow motion back toward the living room.
- He turned the tap on before rinsing his hands and then splashing warm water onto his face.
- He rinsed out the last of the shampoo and got out of the shower, wrapping a towel around his waist.
- She took out the toothbrush and rinsed the cup with hot water before filling it with cold.
- I rub it in vigorously, removing the stains, and then I rinse it under the water and dry it off.
- As she stood beneath the warm, tingling spray, she soaped and rinsed her hair twice, as she had always done.
- He rinsed his face with cold water and dried it with a hand towel, stopping to stare at himself in the mirror.
- He rinsed his hands under the water then turned back around to Darren.
- Once all the remains of the soap and dirt were rinsed down the drain she reached under the cupboard until she drew out a polka dotted towel.
- Quietly Lucia rinsed her delicate hands in the rushing water emitting from the faucet, then cupped her hands to catch some of the clear liquid and splashed it on her pretty face.
- She finished pouring the goat's milk into the containers, rinsed out the bucket and stored the milk into the refrigerator.
- Quickly, Darren rinsed out his glass and stood by up the fridge, waiting for his father.
- Laughing to myself, I turned on the faucet and began rinsing out the mug.
- Thoroughly rinse the tank with clean water for a minimum of 5 minutes, flushing water through the boom and hoses.
- I rinsed my hands in the basin of water on a little side table that had been brought in.
2(to remove soap)(clothes/hair) enjuagar(hair/clothes) aclarar Spain(dishes) enjuagar
1(wash)enjuague masculineto give sth a rinse — darle un enjuague a algo
2(to remove soap)masculine enjuaguemasculine aclarado Spainmasculine enjuague
3(tint)tintura feminineshe's had a blue rinse — se ha dado reflejos azules
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