Translation of whitewash in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable [Constr] cal (feminine), lechada (feminine), aguacal (feminine)‡Example sentences1.2 c and u (cover-up) [colloquial/familiar] tapadera (feminine) [colloquial/familiar], encubrimiento (masculine)
- The saddlebags had been brought from the stables and rested on a wooden bench near the washstand, already patterned with chips of whitewash flaking from the walls.
- Never mix insecticides in ordinary lime whitewash.
- Most Andalusian villages are white since whitewash covers the walls of the houses but only one itinerary in the region is called the Route of the White Villages.
- They were accused of a whitewash, and the voters expressed their contempt at the ballot box.
- There are a lot of people saying this was a whitewash designed to protect them in an election year.
- ‘The families feel we are the victims of a whitewash and a cover-up in order to protect careers of certain individuals,’ he added.
- The only better run is by West Indies, who won ten successive Tests against England in the course of consecutive series whitewashes in 1984 and 1985-86.
- Bubwith's Cliff Harrison and Jill Schofield were the top performers in both matches, including two whitewashes in their match against York, to end the night with 33 games.
- This followed earlier whitewashes of Heworth and Bootham, the other two teams in the league.
- 2 countable/numerable (defeat) [colloquial/familiar] paliza (feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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