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mop1 US English

An implement consisting of a sponge or a bundle of thick loose strings attached to a handle, used for wiping floors or other surfaces

mop2 US English

An autumn fair or gathering at which farmhands and servants were hired

dry mop US English

another term for dust mop.

dust mop US English

A long-handled mop with a soft, fluffy head, used to collect dust from floors and walls

mop something up in mop1 US English

Complete the military conquest of an area by capturing or killing remaining enemy troops

mop something up US English

Complete the military conquest of an area by capturing or killing remaining enemy troops

moptop US English

A man’s hairstyle in the form of a long shaggy bob

mop US English

An autumn fair or gathering at which farmhands and servants were hired

mop fair in mop2 US English

An autumn fair or gathering at which farmhands and servants were hired

mophead US English

A person with a full head of thick hair

mop US Thesaurus

her tousled mop of hair

mop English-Spanish

trapeador mAmL, fregona fEsp, mopa fEsp

mop up English-Spanish

secar*

squeegee mop in squeegee English-Spanish

escobilla de goma para secar superficies, perezoso mArg, lampazo mUr

mop of hair in mop English-Spanish

mata, pelambre f

to mop one's brow in mop English-Spanish

secarse* la frente

to give the floor a mop in mop English-Spanish

trapear el suelo, pasarle la fregona