Translation of wipe in Spanish:
- 1.1 (action) See examples: give the table a wipe with a damp clothgive your nose a wipepásale un trapo húmedo a la mesa1.2 (cloth)límpiate la narizbaby wipetoallita (feminine)toallita (feminine) húmeda(para bebé)Example sentences
- I keep a box of final wipes in my desk at work and grab one or two when ever I go to the bathroom.
- I go back into the bathroom to wash my face and see that the daughter, who insisted on helping me clean the tub and the floor, threw some of the used baby wipes in the toilet.
- Jackie Rose never planned to buy the toilet wipes.
- 1.1 (clean)(floor/table/window)pasarle un trapo a(dishes)she wiped the mirror cleanwipe your noselimpió el espejo (con un trapo)wipe your feet on the matlímpiate la nariz1.2 (remove) (+ adverb complement) she wiped the mud off her handslímpiate los pies en el felpudohe wiped the tears from his eyesse limpió el barro de las manosshe had completely wiped the incident from her memoryse secó or [literary] se enjugó las lágrimasyou can wipe that grin off your face!había borrado totalmente el incidente de su memoriathis species has been wiped from o off the face of the earth¡más vale que no te rías!esta especie ha desaparecido de la faz de la tierra or ha sido exterminadaExample sentences1.3 (erase)
(hard disk/data)1.4 (rub) (+ adverb complement)(cloth/rag)he wiped a handkerchief over his facese pasó un pañuelo por la caraExample sentences
- Suddenly the Gats treaty is not about trade at all, but a sly means to wipe away restrictions on business and industry, foreign and local.
- I still have lots and was pleased to discover that a five year rest was sufficient to wipe away burnout.
- Hopefully this change will not wipe away traces of the past, however horrific, before you have a chance to go there.
- Lidiah replied holding up her dagger to the sun rays before bringing it back down to a piece of cloth to wipe it gently.
- Remsi, who was dying a piece of cloth red, wiped his hands clean, though they remained stained, stood up, and held his hand out.
- I picked the cloth up and wiped my face as clean as I could, I gave my hands a quick wipe and put the cloth back on the table.
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (remove)
- 1.1 (clean)
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (clean up) 1.2
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