Definition of rewash in English:

rewash

Line breaks: re¦wash
Pronunciation: /riːˈwɒʃ
 
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verb

[with object]
Wash (something) again: the slides were then rewashed in saline
More example sentences
  • I always rewashed the filmy blender when I arrived the next morning.
  • And so on Sunday night as he rewashed the dishes, I sat banished on the big armchair pretending to watch TV but really just staring at him.
  • ‘I find my terrace covered in smog - it's so bad I sometimes have to rewash my laundry,’ El-Sheikh complained.

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