Translation of scrubber in Spanish:


estropajo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskrʌbə//ˈskrəbər/


  • 1

    estropajo masculine
    • She looked around, and saw a bottle of hotel shampoo, and a brush scrubber.
    • Use it with a puffy body scrubber (those net-like ball things).
    • After you wood burn, use a nylon pot scrubber to get rid of the waxy residue and give the gourd a more professional look.
    • ‘I was cleaning,’ she fumbled, looking down at the scrubber lying near her feet.
    • Pouring the entire, minute bottle of shampoo onto the floor of the shower, Mya took the scrubber, and scrubbed at the floor.
    • Apply products containing an antibacterial agent like tri-closan and/or salicylic acid with a scrubber daily to cleanse and exfoliate hard-to-reach areas.
    • ‘Spray your mat and rub it down with a sponge, terry cloth or plastic scrubber,’ she instructs.
    • Then scrub that area with a stiff brush, electric scrubber or very fine steel wool pads to loosen old wax.
    • The spokesman said a street scrubber and vacuum cleaner washes St Patrick's Street and Emmet Place only.
    • I grumbled as I made my way to where the scrubber and bucket was, I was well aware of its location after using it for so often.
    • Avery remained silent and I took it as a sign that our conversation was over with so I made my way out to the hall, where the bucket and scrubber waited for me in a closet.
    • Whatever that is, I don't have one, so I used a stainless steel scrubber.
  • 2British slang

    (promiscuous woman)
    putona feminine informal
    • Well, look at it this way, I mean, when you come right down to it, that girl, she's a bit of a scrubber, isn't she?
    • To be honest, even an 18 year old would struggle to pull that look off without looking like a cheap scrubber.
    • She's a manky, self-indulgent scrubber who is certainly no role model for young people.