In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1jabón masculineliquid soap — jabón líquido
- a box of soaps — una caja de jabones / de pastillas de jabón
- no soap
- we tried to persuade her, but it was no soap — tratamos de convencerla, pero no hubo forma
- Rescue workers first clean oil off the birds with warm water and mild soap.
- He finally reached me and sat down beside me on the bleacher and I could smell the clean scent of soap on him.
- She rinsed the soap off her hand, and we left the bathroom, laughing.
- Clean the tools with soap and water and throw away all the scrap wallpaper.
- There was warm water in the tub with a bar of soap next to it along with a towel and cloth.
- Outside the kitchen there were a few bins of water with soap and a drying towel.
- I would lather soap and water onto my face every morning and night.
- I grinned to myself as I rinsed the soap out of my hair.
- I need to find medicine and bandages, soap and disinfectants to clean my wounds.
- She pressed her lips together and began cleaning herself with the bar of soap.
- This can make the stone porous and allow it to absorb chemicals, including common substances like soap and perfume.
- When you're ready to make the jam, rinse and clean your jars with soap and water and a sponge.
- Next, apply a liquid or clean bar of soap and rub your hands together vigorously.
- The mineral content is so great that one can barely lather soap.
- Wet your hands with warm, running water and apply liquid or clean bar soap.
- The other half of the stores sell scented soap, beaded scarves, or ugly plastic shoes.
- Wash gently with cool or lukewarm water, using a mild antibacterial soap.
- My mom's getting on my case to buy some laundry soap.
- The paint is baked on for durability and these benches can easily be cleaned with soap and water.
- A plentiful supply of soap, clean towels and nail brushes should be available.
1enjabonarjabonarto soap one's hands/face — enjabonarse / jabonarse las manos/la cara
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