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launder
American English: /ˈlɔndər/
British English: /ˈlɔːndə/

Translation of launder in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1 (wash and iron) [formal]
    lavar y planchar
    Example sentences
    • We strip the bed and are given freshly laundered linen in return.
    • As I went into private practice, I made sure that my shoes always shone and dressed sharply, always wearing freshly laundered shirts to court.
    • All individuals who enter the semirestricted and restricted areas of the surgical suite should wear freshly laundered surgical attire intended for use only within the surgical suite.
    1.2

intransitive verb

  • it launders beautifully
    queda muy bien cuando se lava y se plancha

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