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mop1 British & World English

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

mop2 British & World English

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

mop English Thesaurus

a mop and bucket

dust mop British & World English

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

mop something up British & World English

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

mop something up in mop1 British & World English

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

bar towel British & World English

A small piece of thick absorbent cloth of a type used in a pub or bar for wiping tables and cleaning glasses

bar mop in bar towel British & World English

A small piece of thick absorbent cloth of a type used in a pub or bar for wiping tables and cleaning glasses

mop British & World English

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

mop fair in mop2 British & World English

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

mophead British & World English

A person with a full head of thick hair

moptop British & World English

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

mop something up in mop English Thesaurus

I mopped up the spilt coffee