Definición de cleanse en inglés:

cleanse

Saltos de línea: cleanse
Pronunciación: /klɛnz
 
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verbo

[with object]
1Make (something, especially the skin) thoroughly clean: this preparation will cleanse and tighten the skin (as adjective cleansing) a cleansing cream
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Between two applications of collagen mask, apply the contents of one vial to thoroughly cleansed skin.
  • Once a week, she would have a professional come to cleanse her skin, and she continued to have blonde highlights put in her hair.
  • He finished cleansing the skin and took out a pad and pen.
Sinónimos
clean, make clean, clean up, wash, bathe, rinse, disinfect, sanitize, decontaminate, purify
rare deterge
1.1Rid of something unpleasant or defiling: the mission to cleanse America of subversives
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Every morning is like pouring water over myself until my soul is cleansed of sin.
  • He promised that God would cleanse his people of all impurities so that they could draw near to him again.
Sinónimos
rid, clear, free, purify, purge, empty, strip, void, relieve
1.2Free (someone) from sin or guilt: only God Himself can cleanse us
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We continued to walk toward the forest, as if immersion in the wild lands where she should have roamed free could cleanse us of leaving her in such conditions.
  • The same Spirit that empowers us also cleanses us with a purifying fire.
  • A little deliberation shows that this is the very essence of repentance and it is known that repentance cleanses a person.
Sinónimos
purify, purge, absolve, free; deliver
archaic shrive
rare lustrate
1.3 archaic (In biblical translations) cure (a leper).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Because he healed their lame and cleansed their lepers and brought light to their blind and raised their dead, that is why he died.
  • The blind could see, the lame could walk, lepers were cleansed, the deaf could hear, the dead had been raised, and the poor had good news.
  • Jesus healed sickness and disease, fed 5,000, restored sight, cleansed lepers and raised the dead.

Origen

Old English clǣnsian (verb), from clǣne (see clean).

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