n. 1. угаалга. This floor needs a good \wash. Энэ шалыг сайтар угаах хэрэгтэй юм байна. 2. угаасан юм, цагаан хэрэглэл. The \wash has not come back from the laundry. Цагаан хэрэглэлийг угаалганаас арай л авчраагүй байна. come out in the wash учир нь олдох. Don`t worry, I`m sure it`ll allcome out in the \wash. Санаа бүү зов, энэ бүхний учир начир нь олдоно гэдэгт би итгэлтэй байна. v. 1. угаах, цэвэрлэх. 2. усанд урсах/ автах. 3. цалгих. wash sb/ sth away угаагдах, усанд автах. Their house was \wash ed away in the flood. Тэдний байшин үерт автсан юм. wash sth down (with sth) 1. угаах, угааж арилгах. 2. зуушлах. For lunch we had bread and cheese \wash ed down with beer. Өдрийн хоолонд бид талх бяслагийг шар айргаар даруулав. wash (sth) off; wash sth off sth угаах, арилгах. Wash that mud off your boots before you come in. Орж ирэхээсээ өмнө гутлынхаа шавар шавхайг арилгаарай. wash out арилгах (толбо). These ink stains won`t \wash out. Энэ бэхний толбо угаагаад арилахгүй дээ. wash over sb буугаад л өнгөрөх. wash up (сав суулга) угаах. She helped her mother to \wash up. Тэр ээждээ аяга шаазан угаахад нь хамжилцав. wash one`s dirty linen in the public олны өмнө булайгаа дэлгэх. wash one`s hands of sb/ sth -д оролцохоос татгалзах. washable adj. угааж болдог. machine \wash угаалгын машинаар угааж болох (хувцас хунар). wash-basin (also basin; US wash-bowl, sink) угаалтуур, тосуур. washed-out adj. 1. гандсан. \wash -out blue skirt гандсан хөх банзал. 2. ядарч, зовсон. She looks \wash -out after her illness. Өвчнөөсөө хойш тэр нэг л эцэж ядарсан харагдах юм. washed up adj. 1. бүтэлгүй, болох найдваргүй. 2. авьяасаа барсан. a \wash-up singer авьяасаа барсан дуучин. wash-out n. бүтэхгүй, урагшгүй. The party was a total \wash-out. Цэнгээн гэж ёстой бүтэлгүй юм болсон.

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